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Books and Book Chapters

  1. Armstrong and Wilcox, 2003

    Armstrong, D. F. & Wilcox, S. (2003). Origins of sign languages. Oxford handbook of deaf studies, language and education, 323-335.

  2. Fischer and Van der Hulst, 2003
    Fischer, S. D., & Van der Hulst, H. (2003). Sign language structures. The Oxford handbook of deaf studies, language and education, 319-331.
  3. Wilbur, 2003
    Wilbur, R. B. (2003). Modality and the structure of language: Sign languages versus signed systems. The handbook of deaf studies, language, and education, 332-346.
  4. Fry, 1964
    Fry, C. (1964) Language problems in profoundly deaf children ion (eds) C. Renfrew and K. Murphy. The child who does not talk. Spastics International medical publications.

Articles

  1. Stokoe, 2005
    Stokoe, W. (2005). Sign language structure: An outline of the visual communication systems of the American deaf. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 10(1), 3-37.
  2. Napoli & Sutton-Spence, 2014
    Napoli, D.J. & Sutton-Spence, R. (2014). Order of the major constituents in sign languages: Implications for all language. Frontiers in Psychology 5, 376.
  3. Rose, 2006
    Rose, H. (2006). The poet in the poem in the performance: The relation of body, self and text in ASL literature. In H-D. L. Bauman, J.L. Nelson, & H. M. Rose (Eds.), Signing the body poetic: Essays in American Sign Language literature (pp. 130-146). Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.
  4. Ling, 1968
    Ling, A. H. (1968). Advice for parents of young deaf children - how to begin. Volta Review70(5), 316-319.

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