I came home to find this posted on the FaceBook page.


Who I am:  Dr. Aviva Twersky Glasner, Ph.D. is a Criminal Justice Researcher and the proud mother of a deaf son.  My son goes to an ASL intensive school in Massachusetts, the Learning Center, and I have been learning sign language (I am still struggling) so that I can have conversations with him.  I have done extensive research and published in the area of deafness and the justice system and would like to hear from you.  The primary focus of this research is to learn about difficulties (if any) experienced as a result of the your deafness or other disability, making communication difficult.

they have embedded, a very compelling and interesting video. It is from YouTube, so captioning is available.


The site author goes on to ask the following of viewers,


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2 responses

  1. As always, thank you for the reblog.


    October 18, 2012 at 11:48 am

  2. Pingback: COMPETENCE OF DEAF INDIVIDUALS: The Role of Early ASL Learning & Linguistic «

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