Despite the fact that people with hearing disability have been stigmatised across millennia, the implications of such a finding have not made their way into the design of many hearing services. Despite this systemic and well-resourced resistance to change, scholars, clinicians and community based service providers from across the western world continue to grapple with the psycho-social impacts of hearing disability. It is evident to many that there is a critical social element(s) to hearing disability. But exactly what is this element? How is it to be understood, explained and justified in academic, clinical, economic and human terms?
|Title of host publication||Hearing Impairment and Hearing Disability|
|Subtitle of host publication||Towards a Paradigm Change in Hearing Services|
|Editors||Anthony Hogan, Rebecca Phillips|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Publisher||Ashgate Publishing Limited|
|Number of pages||20|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
HOGAN, A., Reynolds, K., Latz, I., & O'Brien, L. (2015). The Emergence of the Social Perspective in Hearing Services. In A. Hogan, & R. Phillips (Eds.), Hearing Impairment and Hearing Disability: Towards a Paradigm Change in Hearing Services (pp. 49-68). London: Ashgate Publishing Limited.