Date of Award

2015

Document Type

Thesis

Department

Speech and Hearing Sciences

First Advisor

Jeff Conn

Subjects

Deaf -- Education, Speech therapists -- Training of, Teachers of the deaf -- Training of

DOI

10.15760/honors.131

Abstract

The following paper discusses the cultural gap that has been created between Speech-Language Pathologists and the Deaf community over the last 135 years. Starting with the period of oralism in Deaf schools to now, as we continue to pressure more parents into the idea of cochlear implants for their child. This paper will look at the history of how we have gotten to where we are today with this cultural gap and review results from a survey that was given to Portland State University Speech and Hearing Science students regarding this topic. The paper will then conclude with ways that we can begin to change the way we teach future Speech-Language Pathologists in order to make progress towards closing this cultural gap.

Comments

An undergraduate honors thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science in University Honors and Speech and Hearing Sciences

Persistent Identifier

http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/15393

Share

COinS