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La Culture Sourde : représentations sociales des professionnels culturels entendants du spectacle vivant

Abstract : This work deals with the deaf culture and social representations on the field of deafness that hearing culture professionals may have. The concept of culture is a vexed question on anthropological researches that brings many definitions. Applied to deafness, the concept of deaf culture is carried by the sign language which is the natural language of deaf people. This culture is conveyed in the deaf community and every member of this community claims a deaf identity. The qualitative analysis performed for this work was used to assess the role that could have deaf culture in our society in terms of cultural professionals working for the deaf audience accessibility to the live performing arts. In the same way, it has realized the importance attached to anything that makes part of that culture.
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Mercedes Perez-Lopez. La Culture Sourde : représentations sociales des professionnels culturels entendants du spectacle vivant. Linguistique. 2011. ⟨dumas-00604100⟩

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