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  Volume 131, Number 5, December 1986

Table of Contents

From: American Annals of the Deaf

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Reviews

Parents' Guide to Speech and Deafness (review)

p. 316
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Reading and Deafness (review)

p. 316
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Analyzing Syntax and Semantics (review)

pp. 316-317
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Guest Editorial

p. 317
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Teacher to Teacher

pp. 319-320
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Index to Volume 131: 1986

pp. 367-369
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Original Articles

Alienation and the Mid-Nineteenth Century American Deaf Community: A Response

pp. 322-324
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Dimensions of Mainstreaming

pp. 325-330
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The Instructional Patterns of Two Fourth-Grade Spelling Classes: A Mainstreaming Issue

pp. 331-338
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A Comparison of Deaf and Hearing Teacher Effectiveness

pp. 339-343
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Single-Subject Research Methodology: An Underutilized Tool in the Field of Deafness

pp. 344-348
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Gaining Methodological Insight Through the Use of Single Subject Designs in Hearing-Impaired Classrooms

pp. 349-355
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Communication Mode as a Factor in the Performance of Hearing-Impaired Children on a Standardized Receptive Vocabulary Test

pp. 356-360
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Performance of Deaf College Students on a Criterion-Referenced, Modified Cloze Test of Reading Comprehension

pp. 361-364
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The Marketing of Interpreter Services for the Deaf

pp. 365-366
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Research Areas

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