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    Ceil Lucas
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The study of sociolinguistics in the American Deaf community did not start until the 1960s.

The study of sociolinguistics in the American Deaf community did not start until the 1960s.

Lucas, Ceil and Bayley, Robert 2011. Aramburo, A. (1989) Sociolinguistic aspects of the Black Deaf community. In C. Lucas (e., The Sociolinguistics of the Deaf Community. New York: Academic Press, 103–122. Asante, M. (1990) African elements in American English.

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p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index

Published by the press syndicate of the university of cambridge. The Pitt Building, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, United Kingdom. p. Includes bibliographical references and index. 2. Deaf – Means of communication. S62 2001 30. 4 087 2 – dc21.

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Ceil Lucas, author of How I Got Here: A Memoir, is professor emerita of Gallaudet University in Washington, .

In book: Clinical Sociolinguistics, p. 50 - 26. 50 - 264. Cite this publication. Gallaudet University.

This is an accessible introduction to the major areas of sociolinguistics as they relate to sign languages and deaf communities. Clearly organized, it brings together a team of leading experts in sign linguistics to survey the field, and covers a wide range of topics including variation, multilingualism, bilingualism, language attitudes, discourse analysis, language policy and planning. Each chapter introduces the key issues in each area of inquiry and provides a comprehensive review of the literature. The book also includes suggestions for further reading and helpful exercises.

book was required for class the condition of this book was great, no highlights which makes it easier to read.
I wrote an essay about Deaf culture and the Sociolinguistics of Sign Language. Some basic searching on the internet lead me to this book. It contained all the information that I was looking for and then some. It outlined perfectly the points that I was trying to make in my paper, and helped me understand Deaf culture on a much deeper level.

My only complaint is that it's expensive. I wasn't able to afford buying the book online, however, I was able to borrow it from a local University Library.

Great book, big price tag.