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Visually Speaking: Art Therapy and the Deaf

by Ellen G. Horovitz

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Deafness may or may not be considered a "disability" by those afflicted with auditory loss, but it is indeed a physical difference that has resulted in a language system. From language springs culture, and Deaf language is indeed a cultivation that celebrates such ethnology. As a result, most of the authors in this book recognize that discernment when referring to the "Deaf" culture and their unique, pictorial, sign language. Sign language vibrates through space as a three-dimensional language system, which arcs in past, present, and future just by mere body positioning and.… (more)

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