restricted access   Volume 154, Number 5, Winter 2010

Table of Contents

From: American Annals of the Deaf

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Special Issue: Deaf Epistemologies

Guest Editor: Peter V. Paul

Feature Articles

Perspectives on Deaf Epistemologies

pp. 417-420
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Introduction: Toward an Understanding of Epistemology and Deafness

pp. 421-427
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Without Boundaries: An Inquiry Into Deaf Epistemologies Through a Metaparadigm

pp. 428-434
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Deaf Epistemologies as a Critique and Alternative to the Practice of Science: An Anthropological Perspective

pp. 435-446
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Epistemologies, Deafness, Learning, and Teaching

pp. 447-455
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The Qualitative Similarity Hypothesis

pp. 456-462
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Not Silent, Invisible: Literature’s Chance Encounters with Deaf Heroes and Heroines

pp. 463-470
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Deaf Epistemology: The Deaf Way of Knowing

pp. 471-478
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Epistemology and People Who Are Deaf: Deaf Worldviews, Views of the Deaf World, or My Parents Are Hearing

pp. 479-485
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Deaf Epistemology: Deafhood and Deafness

pp. 486-492
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Summary and Prologue: Perspectives on Deaf Epistemologies

pp. 493-496
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Departments

Editorial

pp. 415-416
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2009/2010 Annual Index

pp. 497-500
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