deaf in japan signing and the politics of identity deaf in japan signing an and politico linguistic analysis of sign language in japan to open up . Deaf in japan a groundbreaking study of deaf identity minority politics and sign language traces the history of the deaf community in japan. Editorial reviews nakamuras methodology combines the field techniques of anthropology archival research and the political analysis of social movements to gather information on deaf movements in japan in the postwar era with the goal of understanding what it means to subscribe to deaf identity in japan. Deaf in japan has 37 ratings and 4 reviews shomeret said i was shocked to discover the extreme prejudice against the deaf in contemporary japan nakamu. Until the mid 1970s deaf people in japan had few legal rights and little social recognition legally they were classified as minors or mentally deficient unable to obtain drivers licenses or sign contracts and wills
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