Effects of Communication Mode on Stereotyping of Deaf Individuals

Sherb, Alexandra
2012

The current study examined the effects of text- and video-based communication on the perception of Deaf and hearing individuals, with the larger goal of examining how these individuals may be stereotyped by perceivers. This study analyzed if one mode of communication was preferable to the other with regard to reducing Deaf stereotyping. Ninety-nine undergraduates were shown text- or v... read more

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