PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractUsing creative non-fiction, this piece explores and follows the life of a person experiencing dual sensory loss of hearing and sight. This narrative is through the lens of seeing both, the positives and negativesj of the medical community, paradigm and influences. Also, this piece explores the lifelong experiences of a person who’s worked with individuals in the audiology field since he was a young boy, to an older man. This piece investigates the damaging affects others create by ostracizing whether knowingly or not. Marginalization comes in many forms and can happen to anybody, at any age. This exploration of self by this author strives to tell his story in a unique way.
Degree ProgramSpecial Education and Rehabilitation