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Hearing, Mother Father Deaf
Hearing People in Deaf Families

Michele Bishop and
Sherry L. Hicks, Editors

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The 14th Volume in the Sociolinguistics in Deaf Communities Series

Contents

Editorial Advisory Board
Foreword
     Paul Preston
Acknowledgments
Introduction
     Michele Bishop

PART  I :  B I M O D A L  B I L I N G U A L I S M
I N  A D U L T S

Bimodal Bilingualism
     Karen Emmorey, Helsa B. Borinstein, Robin Thompson,
     and Tamar H. Gollan

The Face of Bimodal Bilingualism: ASL Grammatical
Markers Are Produced When Bilinguals Speak to English
Monolinguals
     Jennie E. Pyers and Karen Emmorey

Coda Talk: Bimodal Discourse Among Hearing,
Native Signers
     Michele Bishop and Sherry L. Hicks

PART  II :  K O D A — K I D S  O F  D E A F  P A R E N T S

Bimodal Language Acquisition in Kodas
     Beppie van den Bogaerde and Anne E. Baker

Eyes Over Ears: The Development of Visual Strategies by Hearing
Children of Deaf Parents
     Susan M. Mather and Jean F. Andrews

Sociolinguistic Aspects of the Communication Between Hearing
Children and Deaf Parents
     Andrea Wilhelm

PART  I I I :  S I G N  A N D  S P O K E N  L A N G U A G E
C O N T A C T

Brazilian Codas: Libras and Portuguese in Contact Zones
     Ronice Müller de Quadros and Mara Lúcia Masutti

PART  I V :  C O D A  I D E N T I T Y  A N D
E X P E R I E N C E

Exploring Linguistic and Cultural Identity:
My Personal Experience
     Jemina Napier

Virgilean Guides: Esthetic Subjects in Coda Autobiographies
     Oya Ataman

Characteristics of the Coda Experience in 21st-century
Contemporary Culture
     Susan Adams

Contributors

Index


Michele Bishop is an adjunct professor of Linguistics at the Santa Rosa Junior College, Santa Rosa, CA.

Sherry L. Hicks is Co-chair of the American Sign Language /Interpreter Education Program at Santa Rosa Junior College, Santa Rosa, CA.

ISBN 1-56368-397-0, 978-1-56368-397-8, 6 x 9 casebound, 340 pages, tables, figures, photographs, references, index

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