Deaf Culture

Deaf Culture

The deaf community has a cultural clash issue with Cochlear implants. Advocates of deaf culture see themselves as a community, not unlike an ethnic group. Endowed with a distinct language and set of traditions, they conceptualize deafness not as a physical condition but rather as a social distinction.

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