Orange Eyes: Bimodal Bilingualism in Hearing Adults from Deaf Families

@article{Bishop2005OrangeEB,
  title={Orange Eyes: Bimodal Bilingualism in Hearing Adults from Deaf Families},
  author={Michele Bishop and Michele Sherry Hicks},
  journal={Sign Language Studies},
  year={2005},
  volume={5},
  pages={188 - 230}
}
Different aspects of bilingualism have been studied all over the world, and the studies have looked at a wide range of topics in spoken- language bilinguals such as patterns of code switching, the role of code switching in community life, the success or failure of bilingual education, second-language learning and gender, as well as many other issues focusing on single-modality bilinguals. These studies are often not applicable to studies of bimodal bilingualism, in which the subjects know a… Expand
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