DEAF-BLIND INTERPRETING: Interpreters' Use of Negation in Tactile American Sign Language

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This article describes a study performed to document prevalent signs used during the interpreting process, specifically relating to negation in tactile sign language. The project focused on American Sign Language (ASL) to tactile ASL only. The author intended to document specific signs that pertain to the way deaf interpreters express negation in deaf-blind interpreting. The results of this research are intended to help achieve greater understanding of what seasoned interpreters are doing in the deaf-blind field today. SIGN LANGUAGE STUDIES, vol. 2, #2, Winter 2002, pp. 169-180.

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