Deaf Adults' Attitudes Toward Career Choices for Deaf and Hearing People in India

  title={Deaf Adults' Attitudes Toward Career Choices for Deaf and Hearing People in India},
  author={Ila Parasnis and Vincent J Samar and Kalyani Mandke},
  journal={American Annals of the Deaf},
  pages={333 - 339}
This study investigated the expressed attitudes of deaf people in India toward career choices for deaf and hearing people. Deaf adults from Pune, India rated the suitability of 12 professions for deaf and hearing people and gave written comments on the suitability of any other professions they could list. The results, in general, were consistent with those of other studies in the United States, England, Italy, South Africa, and India with hearing teachers and parents of deaf children, which… 

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