By Melanie Metzger
Is conception fact? Editor Melanie Metzger investigates the cultural perceptions via and of deaf humans around the globe in Bilingualism and id in Deaf groups quantity six of the Sociolinguistics sequence.
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Some middle-aged informants who reported previously having this name sign at school recounted it with some amusement and wonderment, in retrospect, that it really worked to distinguish one person from another. Apparently it did because it was widely used for some time, but by today’s NZSL norms this form of name sign is considered somewhat unsophisticated, particularly now that the manual elements of sign language are more openly valued than in the past. Mixed Derivation Name Signs Two groups of name signs in the data could not be categorized by a single type of derivation.
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