Grzeczność i kultura języka studentów z deficytem słuchu

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Title Grzeczność i kultura języka studentów z deficytem słuchu
Tytuł równoległy: Courtesy of language and culture of students with hearing deficit
Autor: Kocyła, Aldona; Kuć, Joanna
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11331/2739
Date: 2011
Źródło: Conversatoria Linguistica. R. 4 (2010), s. 22-33
Description: The basis of this article are some behavioral observations courtesy of the deaf youth in typical communication situations. To identify a phenomenon consistent or inconsistent with the norms of social behavior, we isolated these facts, which are unusual from the perspective overview of hearing students, return their attention and left out those ones that are known and well recognized in the environment. Some specific features and behaviors characteristic of people with hearing deficit were analyzed and described. Sent to us text messages were used for this purpose. Such contact requires the language skills of deaf people, both in the transmission and reception of information. Polite behavior of students with impaired hearing, and the result depends on many complex factors: experience (sensory information), education at home, knowledge of the traditions, manners, language skills, a body of knowledge. As a speech therapists, we know that the “language of politeness” pose to persons with hearing a lot of perplexity and doubt. This phenomenon is not easy, given that on the use of one or other form is determined not only good knowledge of Polish language, but also the rules convenance, labels, and to the point of embarrassing that deaf people prefer avoiding these issues and to communicate using sign language

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