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Gestural communication in deaf children

Susan Goldin-Meadow

Gestural communication in deaf children

the effects and noneffects of parental input on early language development

by Susan Goldin-Meadow

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Published by University of Chicago Press for the Society for Research in Child Development in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Deaf children -- Language.,
  • Deaf -- Means of communication.,
  • Gesture.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementSusan Goldin-Meadow, Carolyn Mylander ; with commentaries by Jill de Villiers, Elizabeth Bates and Virginia Volterra ; and reply by the authors.
    SeriesMonographs of the Society for Research in Child Development -- serial no. 207 = vol. 49, no. 3-4, Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development -- no. 207.
    ContributionsMylander, Carolyn.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination151 p. :
    Number of Pages151
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13587428M

    Signed languages are forms of human communication based on visual/gestural perception as opposed to aural/oral. Those profoundly deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals, who learn to sign from an early age, live in a bilingual/bicultural environment composed of deaf and hearing realities and hence learn both the signed and non-signed varieties of languages existing in their societies. Start studying ASL Deaf Culture Midterm. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Gestural communication system developed by a deaf child who lacks input from a language model in the family. - Over 75% of deaf children are _____ in public school programs.

    _____ of all deaf children have been hearing parents whoa re not fluent in sign language. the vast majority In middle childhood, many deaf children of hearing parents achieve poorly in school, are deficient in social skills and display impulse-control problems. Gordon M. Burghardt, Sandra W. Russ, in Animal Creativity and Innovation, Gestural Communication in Apes. Communication by gestures, postures, and movements has long been an area of study in animals, but recent decades have seen a great emphasis on gestural communication in apes, which is increasingly being viewed as a forerunner of language in humans.

    Along with its companion volume, Advances in the Spoken Language Development of Deaf and Hard-of Hearing Children, this book will provide a deep and broad picture about what is known about deaf children's language development in a variety of situations and contexts. From this base of information, progress in research and its application will. Gestural Theory McLane () described gesturing as a means to communicate an experience. While this might encourage a person to speak, there are times where speech just simply cannot be produced, for example, in situations such as taboo topics or situations where the mind does not have words to express what is intended.


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Gestural communication in deaf children: The effects and noneffects of parental input on early language development (Monographs of the Society Author: Susan Goldin-Meadow. Gestural communication in deaf children: the effects and noneffects of parental input on early language development.

From Gesture to Language in Hearing and Deaf Children (Springer Series in Language and Communication Book 27) - Kindle edition by Volterra, Virginia, Erting, Carol J. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading From Gesture to Language in Hearing and Deaf Children (Springer Series in Manufacturer: Springer.

Table of Contents I Hearing Children with Spoken Language Input.- 1 Social and Cognitive Determinants of Mutual Gaze Between Mother and Infant.- 2 Gestural Development, Dual-Directional Signaling, and the Transition to Words.- 3 Gestures, Words, and Early Object Sharing.- 4 Some Observations on the Origins of the Pointing Gesture.- 5 Communicative Gestures and First Author: Virginia Volterra.

Buy This Book in Print summary In 21 essays on communicative gesturing in the first two years of life, this vital collection demonstrates the importance of gesture in a child’s transition to a linguistic system.

Taken together, the studies make the case that language is inseparable from human inter­ action and communication and, especially in infancy, as much a matter of gestural as of vocal behavior. The editors have arranged the papers in five coherent sections and written an introduction to each section in addition to the expected general.

Visual-Gestural Communication is a truly unique volume in non-language communication devoted to the study of universal gestures, facial expressions, body language, and pantomime. Readers develop the skill and confidence to interact -- sans shared language -- with individuals, such as someone who is deaf or hard of hearing, or who speaks a Ratings: 0.

Get this from a library. From Gesture to Language in Hearing and Deaf Children. [Virginia Volterra; Carol J Erting] -- This edited collection aims to bring together recent research on the use of communicative gesturing in the first two years of life as an important step in the child's transition to a linguistic.

(b) have recently reported gestural behaviors in two children which, from their brief description, seem to correspond to the types of behaviors of interest here. Our own curiosity about the phenomenon also grew out of such case study data.

The subject was a normal female infant whose language development was followed from birth through 2 by: Gestural communication in nonhuman and human primates / edited by Katja Liebal, Gestural communication in nonhuman primates (the deaf children’s ca.

In 21 essays on communicative gesturing in the first two years of life, this vital collection demonstrates the importance of gesture in a child's transition to a linguistic system. Introductions preceding each section emphasize the parallels between the findings in these studies and the general body of scholarship devoted to the process of spoken language acquisition.5/5(1).

The gestural origins of language Article (PDF Available) in American Scientist 87(2) March with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. From Gesture to Language in Hearing and Deaf Children by Virginia Volterra,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1). Visual-Gestural Communication is a truly unique volume in non-language communication devoted to the study of universal gestures, facial expressions, body language, and pantomime.

Readers develop the skill and confidence to interact -- sans shared language -- with individuals, such as someone who is deaf or hard of hearing, or who speaks a Author: Willy Conley. Visual-Gestural Communication is a truly unique volume in non-language communication devoted to the study of universal gestures, facial expressions, body language, and pantomime.

Readers develop the skill and confidence to interact -- sans shared language -- with individuals, such as someone who is deaf or hard of hearing, or who speaks a. Exploring this process through a single case study can help us to understand better, on the one hand, some similarities between gestural communication of hearing children acquiring spoken language spontaneously and gestural communication of deaf children Cited by: 7.

The Gestural Origin of Language David F. Armstrong and Sherman E. Wilcox Perspectives on Deafness. Wilcox and Armstrong presesnt a unique view of the origins of language, describing what linguistic science would look like if sign language rather than speech was used as the basis for the study of language systems.

Purchase Sign Language of the Deaf - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Research into gestures represents a multifaceted field comprising a wide range of disciplines and research topics, varying methods and approaches, and even different species such as humans, apes and monkeys.

The aim of this volume (originally published as a Special Issue of Gesture /2 ()) is to bring together the research in gestural communication in both nonhuman and human primates and.

Virginia Volterra and Carol Erting have made an important contribu tion to knowledge with this selection of studies on language acquisi tion.

Collections of studies clustered more or less closely around a topic are plentiful, but this one is 1 nique. The book reports on a descriptive study of communicative strategies used by 15 deaf preschoolers. Video recording with simultaneous direct observations were made once a month in a kindergarten for deaf and hearing children.

Children were observed during periods from.5 to 2 years. Descriptions of communicative strategies are based on second-by-second transcriptions and analyses from video Cited by: 5.Home sign (or kitchen sign) is the gestural communication system developed by a deaf child who lacks input from a language model in the family.

This is a common experience for deaf children with hearing parents who are isolated from a sign language community. While not developing into a complete language (as linguists understand the term), home sign systems show some of the same.A gesture is a form of non-verbal communication or non-vocal communication in which visible bodily actions communicate particular messages, either in place of, or in conjunction with, es include movement of the hands, face, or other parts of the es differ from physical non-verbal communication that does not communicate specific messages, such as purely expressive.