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Auditory (Re)Habilitation for Adolescents with Hearing LossTheory and Practice$
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Jill Duncan, Ellen A. Rhoades, and Elizabeth M. Fitzpatrick

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780195381405

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2014

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195381405.001.0001

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Computer-Mediated Communication and Its Importance to Adolescents with Hearing Loss

Computer-Mediated Communication and Its Importance to Adolescents with Hearing Loss

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(p.251) 12 Computer-Mediated Communication and Its Importance to Adolescents with Hearing Loss
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Auditory (Re)Habilitation for Adolescents with Hearing Loss
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Jill Duncan

Ellen A. Rhoades

Elizabeth M. Fitzpatrick

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195381405.003.0012

This chapter explains how the use of computer-mediated communication has dramatically altered written and spoken language, entertainment and socialization as well as general learning and formal education for students. This chapter explores types of computer-mediated communication and discusses potential consequences of digital communication. The chapter closes with strategies that practitioners can use to include computer-mediated communication within the auditory (re)habilitation context.

Keywords:   adolescents, auditory (re)habilitation, computer-mediated communication, text messaging, online support groups, social networking, captioned telephone, internet addiction, social connectedness, cyberbullying, computer-mediated communication enhancement strategies

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