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In our country we meet people from all levels of society, whether it is the rich or the poor, or in this case, the deaf or the hearing, and in each level of society we see a unique culture. Deaf individuals, just as hearing persons, have their own culture. It may be difficult for the average speaking individual to understand, but the deaf population is becoming a world of its own, with their own culture, society, language and technologies.
Culture is defined according to Webster's dictionary as "The behaviors and beliefs characteristic of a particular social, ethnic or age group" (488). …
- American and Nigerian Culture, Similarities and Dissimilarities
- Deaf Culture
- Organizational Culture
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