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Dec 9, 2022
DST-737 Law and Public Policy: The Deaf Community
This course focuses on an analysis of relevant U.S. laws and policies when it comes to sign language rights, particularly for young deaf children. Topics include: legislative process, writing of state and federal regulations, power of position statements/policy papers, and an analysis of federal and state laws. Students will learn about community mobilization in the context of sociopolitical movements, with practical use of framing arguments for public consumption.
Students must be enrolled in the Deaf Cultural Studies Master’s Degree program or permission of the instructor.
Program: Deaf Studies
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Grading system: letter grades only.
Gallaudet University, chartered in 1864, is a private university for deaf and hard of hearing students.
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