Social processes and outcomes of in-school contact between deaf and hearing peers.

@article{Kluwin2002SocialPA,
  title={Social processes and outcomes of in-school contact between deaf and hearing peers.},
  author={Thomas N Kluwin and Michael S. Stinson and Gina Mason Colarossi},
  journal={Journal of deaf studies and deaf education},
  year={2002},
  volume={7 3},
  pages={200-13}
}
Studies of social processes and outcomes of the placement of deaf students with hearing peers cannot be easily summarized, but can be grouped into a least four major categories of focus: social skills, interaction and participation, sociometric status and acceptance, and affective functioning. We review 33 studies available since 1980 in which a mainstreamed or included deaf sample was compared to another group. Studies indicated (1) that hearing students were more socially mature than deaf… CONTINUE READING
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