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ERIC Number: EJ228013
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1980-Mar
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The Sound of Silence in Nohya: A Preliminary Account of Sign Language Use by the Deaf in a Maya Community in Yucatan, Mexico.
Shuman, Malcom L.
Language Sciences, v2 n1 p144-73 Mar 1980
A description of the sign language used in a Mexican village shows its parallels with other sign languages, its similarity to the folk gestural system of Mexico and its distinguishing aspects. Examples illustrate its syntax, grammar and lexicon. (PMJ)
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Language: English
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