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Introduction: Rethinking Ethical Decision Making: Why Now?
Part One. Parental Decisions
1. Looking at Residential Schools for Deaf Students: Seeing a Viable
2. See Me Through the Triplicity of My World: Ethical Considerations in
3. Ethical Issues Regarding Cochlear Implantation in Children: An
Part Two. Educational Decisions
4. Where Do We Look? What Do We See?
A Framework for Ethical
5. Educating Students Who Become
Hard of Hearing or Deaf in School:
6. Ethical Assessment Approaches: A View of What We Have and What
7. Vision Quest: Ethical Leadership in the Education of People Who Are
Part Three. Interpreting Decisions
8. Perceptions of Effi cacy of Sign Language Interpreters Working in K–
9. Opening Our Eyes: The Complexity
of Competing Visual Demands
Conclusion: Confounded by Language
Kathee Mangan Christensen is Professor Emerita, School of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, San Diego State University, CA.
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