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Deaf Culture Behind Bars

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Signs and Stories of a Texas Population

From communicating with police officers to survival in prison Deaf inmates share for the first time their trials and triumphs. American Sign Language used for daily living in the prison environment is pictured and explained as well as the history of how communication services for Deaf offenders began in Texas.

The Texas Department of Criminal Justice has extensive experience in the provision of equal access and offers a viable model for other state prisons to use in the accommodation of Deaf offenders as outlined by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. This is book combines human interest stories and human rights approaches to understanding and communicating with Deaf offenders. [Katrina R. Miller Ed.D.; (2003) 112 pages; soft cover]

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