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Identiteitsdynamieken in Vlaamse dove rolmodellen: een verkenning van tendensen in emancipatieprocessen in dovengemeenschappen en parallellen met etnische minderheden in Europa

Goedele De Clerck UGent (2009) VOLKSKUNDE. 110(2). p.117-136
abstract
In an exploratory qualitative case study, Flemish deaf role models experience the process of emancipation is a turning point In their lives, characterized by shifts in identity dynamics. Deaf people wake LIP When Corning into Contact With emancipatory discourses and placed with ideal conditions for deaf people. This process of deaf empowerment is intimately tied to a global-local interaction. In relation to developments in larger society, trends in and parallels between identity dynamics in deaf communities In northwestern Europe and ethnic minorities are explored. This leads to the hypothesis that the politicization of deaf identity in the study can be understood as a second stage in the emancipation process of deaf people in Flanders. Young deaf people in northwestern Europe move freely between the hearing and deaf world as sign language users in a third stage of the emancipation process. Drawing Upon a theoretical Framework of intercultural negotiation and shared citizenship, Flemish deaf people's awakening leads to conflicts bind opens the dialogue Oil the creation of a broader dimension of a sign language sociality in mainstream society This is necessary for deaf people to participate in society on equal terms and live Up to their potential.
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Identity dynamics in Flemish deaf role models : an exploration of trends in emancipation processes in deaf communities and parallels with ethnic minorities in Europe
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published
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journal title
VOLKSKUNDE
Volkskunde
volume
110
issue
2
pages
117 - 136
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Article
Web of Science id
000267840800002
ISSN
0042-8523
language
Dutch
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no
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A1
id
676322
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-676322
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2009-06-03 14:05:01
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  abstract     = {In an exploratory qualitative case study, Flemish deaf role models experience the process of emancipation is a turning point In their lives, characterized by shifts in identity dynamics. Deaf people wake LIP When Corning into Contact With emancipatory discourses and placed with ideal conditions for deaf people. This process of deaf empowerment is intimately tied to a global-local interaction. In relation to developments in larger society, trends in and parallels between identity dynamics in deaf communities In northwestern Europe and ethnic minorities are explored. This leads to the hypothesis that the politicization of deaf identity in the study can be understood as a second stage in the emancipation process of deaf people in Flanders. Young deaf people in northwestern Europe move freely between the hearing and deaf world as sign language users in a third stage of the emancipation process. Drawing Upon a theoretical Framework of intercultural negotiation and shared citizenship, Flemish deaf people's awakening leads to conflicts bind opens the dialogue Oil the creation of a broader dimension of a sign language sociality in mainstream society This is necessary for deaf people to participate in society on equal terms and live Up to their potential.},
  author       = {De Clerck, Goedele},
  issn         = {0042-8523},
  journal      = {VOLKSKUNDE},
  language     = {dut},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {117--136},
  title        = {Identiteitsdynamieken in Vlaamse dove rolmodellen: een verkenning van tendensen in emancipatieprocessen in dovengemeenschappen en parallellen met etnische minderheden in Europa},
  volume       = {110},
  year         = {2009},
}

Chicago
De Clerck, Goedele. 2009. “Identiteitsdynamieken in Vlaamse Dove Rolmodellen: Een Verkenning Van Tendensen in Emancipatieprocessen in Dovengemeenschappen En Parallellen Met Etnische Minderheden in Europa.” Volkskunde 110 (2): 117–136.
APA
De Clerck, G. (2009). Identiteitsdynamieken in Vlaamse dove rolmodellen: een verkenning van tendensen in emancipatieprocessen in dovengemeenschappen en parallellen met etnische minderheden in Europa. VOLKSKUNDE, 110(2), 117–136.
Vancouver
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De Clerck G. Identiteitsdynamieken in Vlaamse dove rolmodellen: een verkenning van tendensen in emancipatieprocessen in dovengemeenschappen en parallellen met etnische minderheden in Europa. VOLKSKUNDE. 2009;110(2):117–36.
MLA
De Clerck, Goedele. “Identiteitsdynamieken in Vlaamse Dove Rolmodellen: Een Verkenning Van Tendensen in Emancipatieprocessen in Dovengemeenschappen En Parallellen Met Etnische Minderheden in Europa.” VOLKSKUNDE 110.2 (2009): 117–136. Print.