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On the Edge of Deaf Culture: An Annotated Bibliography of Hearing Children/Deaf Parents

Tom Bull, M.Ed.
(Deaf Family Research Press, 1998) [360 pages]

This annotated bibliography on hearing children of deaf parents contains over 2,200 references and over 800 annotations including books, journal articles, dissertations, newspaper and magazine articles, video, film and audiotapes. "Hearing children with deaf parents (codas) live half their life in the Deaf World and half in the Hearing World. They often wonder whether they are hearing or deaf. This identity conflict is not unusual for those raised in a bilingual and bicultural family, for those who grow up "hearing" in the Deaf World. In fact, it is typical of people who are raised with two or more cultures."

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