Academics

Course Overview

This course will provide an overview of the role of attitudes and ethics in language, including an overview of differing ideologies’ impact on the use and acceptance of sign language in our society, ranging from early intervention to the education system including neuroethics. International applications will be provided, including ethics of teaching American Sign Language in other countries. A framework of current challenges along with potential solutions will be discussed with applications to students’ lives and experiences.

DST 311 and ASL 390; ASL majors only or permission of the program coordinator

Program: American Sign Language

Credit: 3

Faculty

Other Courses

ASL-744

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ASL-742

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ASL-490

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ASL-494

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ASL-495

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Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for…

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Credits 1-5

ASL-499

Independent Study

A project in the area of the student's…

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