Title

THE ACQUISITION OF TACTILE SIGN LANGUAGE BY DEAF-BLIND ADULTS

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1997

Abstract

In this article the question of whether Deaf American Sign Language (ASL) users who become blind and become tactile ASL users, go through the same process of language acquisition as any other second language learner. Typical learner strategies for second language acquisition are compared to the acquisition of tactile sign language. VIEWS, vol.14, #11, December 1997, p.18

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