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Kunnskap – vårt felles ansvar

I denne serien går Megan Matovich-Noddeland gjennom døves historie fra 1600-tallet fram til i dag, og hvordan synet på døve og tegnspråk har endret seg frem til våre dager. Fordommer og manglende forståelse av døves kultur, deres identitet og språk har preget døves historie og preger den fortsatt i dag. I første del ser vi på historien fra 1600-tallet fram til Milano-kongressen i 1880 innledet “den mørke alderen” for tegnspråk. I del 2 tar vi opp forståelsen av døve som en språklig minoritet versus en medisinisk modell hvor døvhet kun er en defekt. I del 3 presenterer vi oppdatert forskning som gir oss en kunnskapsbasert forståelse av hva det betyr å være døv, og hvordan vi kan skape en bedre framtid basert på denne kunnskapen.

“Kunnskap – vårt felle ansvar” er basert på forskning og litteratur; du finner en litteraturliste under filmene på denne siden. Det er vårt felles ansvar å sørge for å utvikle en forståelse av døve og tegnspråk som er basert på kunnskap – ikke fordommer og audisme.

Del 1: Tegnspråkhistorien

Del 2: Fra språk og kultur til handikap

Del 3: En kunnskapsbasert framtid?

Litteratur

“Kunnskap – vårt felles ansvar” er basert på følgende kilder:

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Produsert for Norges Døveforbund av Supervisuell med støtte fra Stiftelsen Dam.
Prosjektleder: Megan Matovich-Noddeland
Ansvarlig produsent Supervisuell: Finn Arild Thordarson
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