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A Linguistic Comparison Two Notation Systems for Signed Languages : Stokoe Notation &

  title={A Linguistic Comparison Two Notation Systems for Signed Languages : Stokoe Notation \&},
  author={Stokoe Notation and Sutton SignWriting},
While signed languages have traditionally been treated as unwritten or even unwritable, there have been many attempts to create writing systems for them. Two of the best known, Stokoe Notation, developed by a linguist, and Sutton SignWriting, developed by a movement notator, are here discussed and compared on such points as their creation, evolution, and the mechanics of how they operate. Theoretical issues are discussed such as iconicity, symbol ordering, literacy, and the problem of… 
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