A question

Barbara O'Dea odeab at UNM.EDU
Wed Jul 24 21:57:58 UTC 2002

I am a linguist, a teacher, and a researcher. I have been on the SignWriting
list for quite some time and I have a very good friend and colleague working
on a dissertation dealing with children learning SW.

Here's my question: What can we learn from the fact that there was not a
large response to SW at Deaf Way II (from a North American perspective, at
any rate)?

I am hoping for some serious discussion of this question from from
linguistic and cultural perspectives.


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