Dysconscious Audism: A Theoretical Proposition - Coggle Diagram
Dysconscious Audism: A Theoretical Proposition
to think critically is to explore, analyze, and evaluate thoroughly the conditions caused by racism
King discovered that student had "impaired consciousness" of what racism means due to their limited understanding and experience
dysconscious racism is a form of racism that implicitly accepts dominant white norms and privileges
we must question the ideology of racial inequality and be able to identify and criticize it objectively
structural inequality is linked to racial inequality as a form of exploitation
some Deaf people do experience an impaired consciousness the same way students experience it in King's study
Deaf individuals experience an impaired consciousness" a phenomenon termed "dysconsious audism"
a form of audism that tacitly accepts dominant hearing norms and privilges.
not the absence of sonciosness but an imapred consciousness or distorted way of thinking about Deaf consciousness
adheres to the ideology that hearing society, because it is dominant, is more appropriate that the Deaf society
Dr. Rachel Stone first Deaf female Superintendent of California School for the Deaf
she emphasized the important of bilingualism for the students- with equal importance placed on both English and ASL
her beliefs were oppressed by administrator, teachers, and parents
the true benefits of education escape most Deaf individuals because a large majority of hearing educators controls the "deaf education" agenda
Deaf language and culture are still not receiving widespread acceptance in the classroom
hearing educators stil believe that Deaf people need to be "fixed"
Deaf people are seen as inferior
oppression has continually, and, in most cases, surreptitiously been interwoven into the lives of Deaf people, including their own life encounters that are layered with audism
Deaf people are oppressed in many ways
unconscious implies that the person is completely unaware
dysconscious implies the that the person does have an inkling of his or her consciousness but does not yet realize it is impaired.
dysconscious audism denies Deaf people full acceptance of ASL
a large number of Deaf individuals are not even aware that the possess, to varying degrees, these kinds of audistic behaviors and attitudes
when using SimCom, many Deaf people have accepted it BUT don't like it
the intended meaning of your comment is lost using Sim Com
SimCom and ASL are two different languages
dysconscious audism disempowers Deaf people from becoming liberated
dysconscious audism disables Deaf people from expressing Deaf cultural pride
dysconscious audism intimidates Deaf people and limits their promotion of the Deaf perspective
dysconscious audism hinder Deaf people from attaining quality education
Dysconsicous audism weakends Deaf people in the development of their Deaf identity