Deaf vs deaf

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Deaf vs. deaf: There are distinct differences between the terms "Deaf" and "deaf" within the Deaf community. First, read through a few of the following articles:

After you have a good idea of the difference between "Deaf" and "deaf," discuss how you feel about this distinction. How does this fit in with any assumptions you had about the Deaf community? Do you feel that these terms symbolize pride in the community or is it some type of prejudice and segregation?

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First and foremost, the term Deaf and deaf emerge to generally indicate similar
associates. In regard to the normal individuals who can hear, deafness is categorized as a
correctable defect. Many people in the community tend to see the deaf with sympathy or pity.
Whenever they successfully strive in their life, ultimately people t...

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Thanks, good work

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