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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deaf_culture

Deaf culture is the set of social beliefs, behaviors, art, literary traditions, history, values, and shared institutions of communities that are influenced by deafness and which use sign languages as the main means of communication. When used as a cultural label especially within the culture, the word deaf is often written with a ...

www.startasl.com/deaf-culture_html

Perhaps the most important part of learning ASL Deaf Culture was first truly recognized in 1965 (only about 40 years ago!) The idea that Deaf people had a culture of their own was first written in the Dictionary of American Sign Language by William Stokoe, Carl Croneberg, and Dorothy Casterline.

www.handsandvoices.org/comcon/articles/deafculture.htm

Deaf culture focuses on the stimulation of the eyes and the enhanced visual perceptiveness of Deaf individuals. This has resulted in a great history of rich ASL literature and storytelling. The oral tradition of storytelling has allowed members of the Deaf community to pass down the histories of great Deaf men and women, ...

www.healthyhearing.com/report/52285-The-importance-of-deaf-culture

Sep 22, 2014 ... Members of the Deaf community in America use a different language – literally. Not only does their language – American Sign Language (ASL) – connect them to others who are Deaf, it also serves as a membership card into a linguistic subculture of our society that not everyone is privileged to enjoy.

www.nad.org/resources/american-sign-language/community-and-culture-frequently-asked-questions

Question — What is the difference between a person who is “deaf,” “Deaf,” or “ hard of hearing”? The deaf and hard of hearing community is diverse. There are variations in how a person becomes deaf or hard of hearing, level of hearing, age of onset, educational background, communication methods, and cultural identity.

iglesiamartell.com/understanding-the-injustices-faced-by-the-deaf-community

Jul 1, 2016 ... Imagine a world where everyone is deaf and you are the only hearing person and you are excluded because of your 'hearing' disability and you are labeled as an 'other.' That is the reality for the American Deaf community. As a Deaf man, that is West's reality, and as a Child of Deaf Adults (CODA), that is ...

www.kent.edu/mcls/deaf-community-definition

Exactly what is 'Deaf Community'? ...perhaps the most concise and useful working definition is provided by Baker and Padden (1978:4): The deaf community comprises those deaf and hard of hearing individuals who share a common language, common experiences and values, and a common way of interacting with each ...

www.deaflinx.com/DeafCommunity/culture.html

Learn all about the Deaf Community and Deaf Culture.

theaslapp.com/faq

Deaf culture is at the heart of Deaf communities everywhere in the world. Each Deaf community is a cultural group which shares a sign language and a common heritage. Members of Deaf communities all around the world therefore identify themselves as members of a cultural and linguistic group. Identification with the ...