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The Usage of Communication Modes and Factors Affecting Degree of Satisfaction for Deaf Students

  • SAIGUSA Satoe
    Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba
  • CHUNG Inho
    Faculty of Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba

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  • <b>聴覚障害学生のコミュニケーション手段の使用状況とその満足度に関する研究 </b>
  • <資料>聴覚障害学生のコミュニケーション手段の使用状況とその満足度に関する研究 : 主に使用するコミュニケーション手段の違いによる検討
  • 聴覚障害学生のコミュニケーション手段の使用状況とその満足度に関する研究 : 主に使用するコミュニケーション手段の違いによる検討
  • チョウカク ショウガイ ガクセイ ノ コミュニケーション シュダン ノ シヨウ ジョウキョウ ト ソノ マンゾクド ニ カンスル ケンキュウ : オモニ シヨウ スル コミュニケーション シュダン ノ チガイ ニ ヨル ケントウ
  • <b>主に使用するコミュニケーション手段の違いによる検討</b>
  • Analysis by the Difference of the Main Communication Mode

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<p>In this study, the situation and satisfaction of deaf college student’s communication modes and factors that reduce communication satisfaction were examined. The participants were divided into two groups. The oral group was 39 participants who used spoken language in their daily lives. The sign group was 29 participants who used sign language in their daily lives. The results indicated as follows; Firstly, in the oral group, they were using spoken language with hearing people who can use sign language, whereas in the sign group, the participants used sign language for people who can use sign language, and they used written language for those who cannot use sign language. Secondly, the sign group was able to gain the most satisfaction in communication from the partners who could use sign language. Also, the oral group was able to gain a high degree of satisfaction from friends and staff of a college who were able to use sign language. Thirdly, there are four imperfection factors: “understanding the contents”, “lack of means”, “understanding of deafness” and “psychological burdens”, which are the factors that reduce communication satisfaction. It was suggested that deaf college students had difficulty in “understanding the contents”, which had an effect on satisfaction.</p>


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