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What it is like being a hearing child of deaf parents Published by Ashley McGoey
Signing in Puerto Rican – A. Torres (2009)
A Hearing Son and His Deaf Family.
Hearing Mother Father Deaf – M. Bishop And S. L. Hicks (2009)
The newest entry in the Sociolinguistics in Deaf Communities series explores the richness and complexity of the lives of hearing people in deaf families.
The Silents – C. Abrams (1996)
Author Charlotte Abrams presents her memoir of life in Chicago with her sister and her deaf parents.
In Silence – R. Sidransky – (1990/2006)
Growing up Hearing in a Deaf World
A Loss For Words – L.A. Walker (1986)
This is much more of a story than the subtitle suggests, beautifully written and deeply affecting
Someone To Watch Over Me - Izzy Hammond (2007)
The True Tale of a Survivor Haunted by the Demons of Abuse.
On the Edge of Deaf Culture -- Thomas Bull (1998)
Annotated bibliography with references to thousands of books, articles, videotapes and other materials relating to hearing children of deaf parents.
Mother Father Deaf -- Paul Preston (1994)
Reviews of previous research, personal experiences of 150 research participants and examinations of psychological and social factors.
Hands of My Father: Myron Uhlberg (2009)
A Hearing Boy, His Deaf Parents, and the Language of Love.
The Girl on Two Chairs: Olga Svenson-Richter (2010)
Olga sets out on a long journey from the 1950s to the present, a childhood in which she experiences success and adversity such as society’s ignorance and bad attitude. Her deaf parents are an important part of her life as they have influenced her own identity and her journey to independence.
Deaf Hearing Boy: A Memoir, R. H. Miller (2004)
A compelling account of the complex family dynamics, including the inter-generational conflicts, of the oldest child of deaf adults (CODA), caught in the middle.
CODA and Identity - Dissertation