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    • the sand was blowing like sleet against the house and much of it was coming in under the door. In fact, hefore they left it was necessary to shovel the sand away from the door to make a pathway out. Lehi later, recalling this event, said that he...
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    • Emotional Manipulation and Psychopathy 46 Blair, R.J.R. (2003). Neurological basis of psychopathy. British Journal of Psychiatry, 182, 5-7. Blair, R.J.R., Jones, L., Clark, F., & Smith, M. (1997). The psychopathic individual: A lack of...
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    • 109 Gardner, H. (1991). The Unschooled mind. New York, NY: BasicBooks. Gardner, H. (1993). Multiple intelligences the theory in practice. New York, NY: BasicBooks. Honigsfeld, A., & Dunn R. (2009, May/June). Learning-Style responsive approaches...
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    • Commitment 5 a conversation in a married couple and a conversation between strangers was that married couples were much more impolite to each other than to strangers. The lack of politeness is the beginning of letting more negative acts into a...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 78 And I kind of guess that’s defined as cheating, but the truth is that happens with a lot of the students. That’s how they manipulate the system. (subject 8 personal interview March 10, 2014) Findings. Cheating seems to be a...
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    • F2f vs. Technology 79 One of the things I hated about f2f classes is that I could not hear in the classrooms and when I asked for a professor to repeat, I would get rolling eyes and a look of annoyance. Depending on the room, it was hard to hear...
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    • Running head: INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 Interpreted Communication with Deaf Parties under Anglo–American Common Law to 1880 A Thesis submitted to Southern Utah University In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 i Interpreted Communication with Deaf Parties under Anglo–American Common Law to 1880 Anne M. Leahy Dr. Kevin A. Stein, Thesis Supervisor Abstract The conception of sign language interpreters as...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 ii Table of Contents Abstract…………………………………………………………………………………………… i List of Tables ……………………………………………………………………………………. iv Chapter 1. Introduction …………………………………………………………………………… 1 Orientation to Legal Sign...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 iii 5. Discussion II: Intermediary Communicates Effectively with Signing DP .…………. 59 Ruston’s Case……………………………………………………………………67 6. Conclusion ……………………………………………………………………………87 Future Directions...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 iv List of Tables Table 1. First Schools for the Deaf within Anglo–American/Irish Jurisdictions ………………. 21 Table 2. Abstract of Data ………………………………………………………………………..38 Table 3. Deaf Groom Thomas...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 1 Chapter 1: Introduction Long before sign language interpreters were lampooned on television programs and the Internet for presumed histrionics next to New York City mayors (Grynbaum, 2015;...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 2 language interpreters in the United States) held a fiftieth anniversary convention, and the industry paused to celebrate with what they thought would be an affirming and inspiring program. However,...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 3 this dual communication barrier—the physical truth that many deaf people do not access spoken communication, and the social truth that most spoken-language users do not sign (see also Garretson,...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 4 professional interpreters to assist the courts in working with DPs (Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf Professional Standards Committee, 2007). Problem Statement This project aims to produce the...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 5 Definitions and Assumptions As with any text dealing with signed language communities, this paper will use the well-established deaf/Deaf (Padden & Humphries, 1988; Woodward, 1982) and...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 6 Common law can be defined as an ongoing interaction between existing statute, unwritten customs that have “obtained the force of a law” (Viner, p. 164), and decisions of the legal institution...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 7 ability, culture, gender and socioeconomic class will largely be left to experts in those domains. This paper will avoid blunt evaluative claims, as grievances stripped out of context...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 8 institution, a DP could still access and develop relationships “dialectically interwoven with his own construct” and become a “social creature” (Evans & Falk, 1986, p. 205), as available physical...
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    • INTERPRETING WITH DEAF UNDER COMMON LAW TO 1880 9 memory that can query best practices, and develops communicative norms between individual interpreters and DPs. As interactants applied such lessons to the “world of social objects,”...

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