The sociolinguistics of Ethiopian sign language : a study of language use and attitudes /
Ethiopian Sign Language (EthSL) emerged relatively recently; its development is closely tied to the establishment of the first school for deaf students in Addis Ababa by American missionaries in 1963. Today, EthSL is used by more than a million members of the Ethiopian Deaf community, but it remains...
Washington, D.C. :
Gallaudet University Press,
|Series:||Sociolinguistics in deaf communities series ;
v. 23. |
Gallaudet Sociolinguistics Ser.
|Online Access:||Available via EBSCO eBook Collection|
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