Research with d/Deaf People

Alys Young, Ros Hunt

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    Abstract

    This review specifically concerns social care research with, or in contexts that concern, d/Deaf adults. It addresses: (i) key background knowledge concerning the diversity of what it is to be d/Deaf including the essentially contested nature of the term ‘deaf’ and its implications; (ii) how the special or additional considerations surrounding what it is to be d/Deaf influence research design (including what happens when these are ignored); (iii) specific issues of innovative or adaptive research practice in research with d/Deaf people or in d/Deaf contexts; and (iv) ethical considerations in carrying out research with d/Deaf people.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherNational Institute for Health Research
    Volume9
    Edition1
    Publication statusPublished - 2011

    Publication series

    NameMethods Reviews
    PublisherNIHR School for Social Care Research

    Keywords

    • Deaf, sign language, deafness, hearing loss, Deaf Culture, research methods

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