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KCI등재 학술저널

청각장애부모 가정 건청아동(CODA)의 언어발달 관련 연구 문헌분석

Literature review regarding CODA (hearing children with deaf adults)

The purpose of current study was to analyze the trends of research regarding CODA (children of deaf adults) by analyzing the articles from 1976 to March 2011 in international foreign journal. Seventeen studies met strict criteria for this review. The research was conducted by analyzing their participants, research methods,independent, dependent variable, and results. The results explained that hearing children born to deaf parents are often called CODAs or codas. Many of these hearing children grow up in a deaf-culture environment that ASL (American sign language) is a legitimate language for family interaction. So they are considered bimodal (two different modalities of sign and speech) bilingual and bicultural in that they potentially share the language and culture of their Deaf parents. Some studies related CODA have been expressed serious concern about the potential for spoken language delay base upon the presumption that the child lacks adequate speech input in the home environment. and other studies have been concluded that CODA do develop speech and language normally. We discussed the implication regarding research trends of the language environment and development of CODA. If the research of this parts continue, it can be able to develop useful bilingual research of bimodal environment that have clinical application and more meaningful work.

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