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1997 Index by Author

Andrews, J.F. (1997). How do you do it? [Letter to the Editor]. 142(4), 276-277.

Andrews, J.F., Ferguson, C., Roberts, S., & Hodges, P. (1997). What's up, Billy Joe? Deaf children and bilingual-bicultural instruction in East-Central Texas. 142(1), 16-25.

Baker-Duncan, N., Dancer, J., Highly, P., & Gibson, B. (1997). Deaf adolescents' knowledge of AIDS: Grade and gender effects. 142(5), 370-374.

Ballard, M. (1997). Reflections of a deaf-mute before education: Narration by Mr. Ballard. 142(3), 24-26. [Reprinted from 26(1), 31-39, 1881.]

Banks, J. (1997). All of us together: The story of inclusion at the Kinzie School. [Review of the book, All of Us Together]. 142(1), 6.

Binet, A. (1997). An investigation concerning the value of the oral method. 142(3), 35-45. [Reprinted from 55(1), 4-33, 1909.]

Brill, R.G. (1997). The educational preparation of oral teachers of the deaf. 143(3), 65-70. [Reprinted from 97(3), 313-327, 1952.]

Caccamise, F., Ayers, R., Finch, K., & Mitchell, M. (1997). Signs and manual communication systems. 142(3), 90-105. [Reprinted from 123(7), 877-902, 1978.]

Carlin, J. (1997). Words recognized as units: Systematic signs. 142(3), 18-20. [Reprinted from 11(1), 12=17, 1859.]

Cerra, K.K., Watts-Taffe, S., & Rose, S. (1997). Fostering reader response and developing comprehension strategies in deaf and hard of hearing children. 143(5), 381-388.

Clymer, E.W., & McKee, B.G. (1997). The promise of the world wide web and other telecommunication technologies within deaf education. 142(2), 104-106.

Cohen, O.P. (1997). Giving all children a chance: Advantages of an antiracist approach to education for the deaf. 142(2), 80-82.

Compton, M.V. (1997). Constructions of educational meaning in the narratives of four deaf women teachers. 142(5), 358-364.

Doctor, P.V. (1997). Pages from the past: Editorial--The American Annals of the Deaf, 1847-1947. 142(3), xiii. [Reprinted from 92(5), 367-368, 1947.]

Ferrerri, G. (1997). Mistaken investigations concerning the value of the oral method. 142(3), 46-48. [Reprinted from 55(1), 34-48, 1910.]

Fusfeld, I.S. (1997). Professional preparation and advancement of deaf teachers. 142(3), 60-64. [Reprinted from 86(5), 420-428, 1941.]

Gallaudet, E.M. (1997). Is the sign-language used to excess in teaching deaf-mutes? 142(3), 21-23. [Reprinted from 16(1), 26-33, 1871.]

Gallaudet, E.M. (1997). The value of the sign-language to the deaf. 142(3), 27-30. [Reprinted from 32(3), 141-147, 1887.]

Gallaudet, E.M. (1997). Must the sign-language go? 142(3), 31-34. [Reprinted from 44(3), 221-229, 1899.]

Gallaudet, T.H. (1997). On the natural language of signs and its value and uses in the instruction of the deaf and dumb. 142(3), 1-7. [Reprinted from 1(2), 79-93, 1848.]

Gillespie, C.W., & Twardoz, S. (1997). A group storybook reading intervention with deaf children at a residential school for the deaf. 142(4), 320-323.

Hoffmeister, R. (1997). Letter to Marie Philip. 142(5), 249-250.

Holcomb, T.K. (1997). Development of deaf bicultural identity. 142(2), 89-93.

Holden-Pitt, L. (1997). A look at residential school placement patterns for students from deaf- and hearing-parented families: A ten year perspective. 142(2), 108-114.

Hsing, M., & Lowenbraun, S. (1997). Teachers' perceptions and actions in carrying out communication policies in a public school for the deaf. 142(1), 34-39.

Lampropoulou, V., & Padeliadu, S. (1997). Teachers of the deaf as compared with other groups of teachers: Attitudes toward people with disabilities and inclusion. 142(1), 26-33.

Luckner, J.L., & Yarger, C.C. (1997). What's so funny? A comparison of students who are deaf or hard of hearing and hearing students' appreciation of cartoons. 142(5), 375-380.

Lytle, R., & Rovins, M. (1997). Reforming deaf education: A paradigm shift from how to teach to what to teach. 142(1), 7-15.

Mackinson, J., Leigh, I.W., Blennerhassett, L., & Anthony, S. (1997). Validity of the TONI-2 with deaf and hard of hearing children. 142(4), 294-299.

Mapp, I., & Hudson, R. (1997). Stress and coping among African American and Latino parents of deaf children. 142(1), 48-56.

Meadow-Orlans, K.P., Mertens, D.M., Sass-Lehrer, M., & Scott-Olson, K. (1997). Support services for parents and their children who are deaf or hard of hearing: A national survey. 142(2), 278-293.

Meath-Lang, B. (1997). Dramatic interactions: Theater work and the formation of learning communities. 142(2), 99-101.

Miller, M.K. (1997). The status of the preschool deaf child. 142(3), 53-59. [Reprinted from 79(5), 414-427, 1934.]

Monikowski, C. (1997). Electronic media: Broadening deaf students' access to knowledge. 142(2), 101-104.

Moores, D.F. (1997). Psycholinguistics and deafness. 142(3), 80-89. [Reprinted from 115(1), 37-48, 1970.]

Moores, D.F. (1997). History doesn't repeat itself, but it sure does rhyme (With apologies to Mark Twain). [Editorial]. 142(1), 3-4.

Moores, D.F. (1997). 150 years of the American Annals of the Deaf: Retrospectus. 142(3), xiv-xv.

Moores, D.F. (1997). The more things change. [Editorial]. 142(4), 275.

Moores, D.F. (1997). Communication Eclecticism. [Editorial]. 142(5), 347.

Mudgett-Decaro, P., & Hurwitz, T.A. (1997). Classrom dialogues and deaf identities. 142(2), 96-99.

Olkin, R., & Shafton-Bias, E. (1997). Using a TTY to contact clinical graduate programs. 142(4), 312-315.

Pages from the past: Letter from the Library of Congress to Powrie V. Doctor, 1947. 142(3), xii. [Reprinted 1997].

Pages from the past: Letter to the board of directors of the American Asylum, 1847. 142)3), ix-xi. [Reprinted 1997].

Parasnis, I. (1997). Cultural identity and diversity in deaf education. 142(2), 72-79.

Peet, H.P. (1997). Notions of the deaf and dumb before instruction: Especially in regard to religious subjects. 142(3), 8-17. [Reprinted from 8(1), 1-44, 1855.]

Read, E.D. (1997). Americanization in our schools for the deaf. 142(3), 49-52. [Reprinted from 66(2), 137-146, 1921.]

Redding, R.L. (1997). Changing times, changing society: Implications for professionals in deaf education. 142(2), 83-85.

Rittenhouse, B., & Kenyon-Rittenhouse, P. (1997). The beginning teachers of the deaf in the United States: A view from the field. 142(1), 57-63.

Shaw, J., & Jamieson, J. (1997). Patterns of classroom discourse in an integrated, interpreted elementary school setting. 142(1), 40-47.

Stewart, D.A. (1997). Bi-Bi to MCE?. 142(3), 106-112. [Reprinted from 138(4), 331-337, 1993.]

Stuckless, E.R., & Birch, J.W. (1997). The influence of early manual communication on the linguistic development of deaf children: Parts I & II. 143(3), 71-79. [Part I reprinted from 111(2), 452-460, 1966. Part II reprinted from 111(3), 499-504, 1966.]

Turner, N.D., & Traxler, M. (1997). Children's literature for the primary inclusive classroom: Increasing understanding of children with hearing impairments. 142(5), 352-357.

Turner, W.W. (1997). Pages from the past: Causes of deafness. 142(4), 316-319. [Reprinted from 1(1), 25-32, 1847.]

Vernon, M., & Rich, S. (1997). Pedophilia and Deafness. 142(4), 300-311.

Wilkins, D.M., & Christie, K. (1997). Herstories: A preliminary look at deaf women in higher education. 142(2), 93-96.

Wilson Gillespie, C., & Twardosz, S. (1997). A group storybook-reading intervention with deaf children at a residential school for the deaf. 142(4), 320-332.

Wilson, T., & Hyde, M. (1997). The use of signed English pictures to facilitate reading comprehension by deaf students. 142(4), 333-341.

Wheeler, L., & Griffin, H.C. (1997). A movement-based approach to language development in children who are deaf-blind. 142(5), 389-392.

Winzer, M.A. (1997). Pages from the past: Deaf-Mutia--Responses to alienation by the deaf in the mid-nineteenth century. 142(5), 365-369. [Reprinted from 131(1), 29-32, 1986.]

Wu, C., & Grant, N. (1997). Asian, American and deaf: A framework for professionals. 142(2), 85-89.