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Deaf communities in Bangalore, India

Deaf communities in Bangalore are separate from each other based on education, training, and sign language skills. Research and analysis.
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Deaf communities in Bangalore are separate from each other based on education, training, and sign language skills, according to the author Michele Friedner . The author discusses research and analysis based on young Deaf students at the Association for People with Disabilities. She also analyzes interaction with international Deaf visitors. This article published in 2008.

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