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by Deafblind International on Jun 1, 2003
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Deafblind International (DbI) Communication Network

For more than 10 years, the DbI Communication Network-an international workgroup of professionals-has investigated aspects of social interaction and early communication in congenitally deaf-blind individuals. Focus topics have included the development of social interaction and the development of a first vocabulary. The current focus of the group is to investigate how meaning is shared, conveyed, and established during communication. The group has developed a series of papers that are available on the Web: The series includes the following:

Introduction

http://www.nordicwelfare.org/PageFiles/7078/CNUS01_web.pdf

Congenitally Deafblind Persons and the Emergence of Social and Communicative Interaction

http://www.nordicwelfare.org/PageFiles/7075/CNUS02_web.pdf

Sensation, perception and formation of meaning – what does it mean when people are

congenitally deafblind?

http://www.nordicwelfare.org/PageFiles/7072/CNUS03_web.pdf

Update on the Concept of Blending in Relation to Congenital Deafblindness and the Formation of Meaning in Communicative Interactions

http://www.nordicwelfare.org/PageFiles/7069/CNUS04_web.pdf

DbI Seminar on Transcription of Meaning Negotiation, NUD, December 9th to 12th , 2003

http://www.nordicwelfare.org/PageFiles/7066/CNUS05_web.pdf


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