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Une ethnographe entendante dans le « monde des sourds » : conditions d’enquête auprès d’enfants sourds signeurs

Abstract : From an ethnographic study carried out with deaf children in schools, we are going to analyse in which forms an ethnographic study can be used in the “deaf world”. Several aspects have to be considered: knowledge of French Sign Language (FSL), the way data were collected partly in FSL and recorded on videotape, the way data were analysed and presented, once translated from FSL into French then transcribed verbatim. That is why we need to redefine the relationships between ethnographer and informant: shifting from a hearing person outside the deaf world to an initiated person able to master sign language.
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Diane Bedoin. Une ethnographe entendante dans le « monde des sourds » : conditions d’enquête auprès d’enfants sourds signeurs. Les Sciences de l'éducation pour l'ère nouvelle : revue internationale, CERSE, Université de Caen, 2012, L’enquête ethnographique : du terrain à l’éthique, 45 (4), pp.15-33. ⟨10.3917/lsdle.454.0015⟩. ⟨hal-02333357⟩

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