Review for the volume Body Language. Communication and interpretation, by Barbu Florea, published at Lumen Publishing House, 2011

Review for the volume Body Language. Communication and interpretation, by Barbu Florea, published at Lumen Publishing House, 2011 | Ana CARAS

Abstract: The volume Body language. Communication and interpretation by Barbu Florea, appeared under the idea of manifest in a world governed by preconceptions concerning the adaptation of people with hearing impairment to an active social life, effective communication and personal and professional development, and captures everyday fragments of a community, in which he himself is an active character whose communication is conditioned by sign language. The volume treats desirable aspects in building a society based on non-discrimination, equality of chances and fundamental human rights, issues centered around individuals affected by hearing loss and compelled to adapt to the pace of the social and everyday normality.
Keywords: Review, Body Language. Communication and interpretation, Barbu Florea, sign language, hearing loss.

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