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Author: Bonnie Tucker
ISBN: 1566393515
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Pages 232 pages
Publisher Temple University Press (November 7, 1995)
Language English
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.3
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by Bonnie Tucker

Book recommendation: The Feel of Silence by Bonnie S. Tucker. Tucker is a renowned lawyer and law professor, and she is profoundly deaf. It was truly amazing for us to be able to give the invaluable gift of sound!

Book recommendation: The Feel of Silence by Bonnie S. The Feel of Silence (Health, Society, and Policy). It follows her story as she made it through college, to become a corporate litigator. Ending All Roads to Silence (EARS). It was truly amazing for us to be able to give the invaluable gift of sound!

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The Feel of Silence book. A memoir of the author's experience as a profoundly deaf infant. 1566393515 (ISBN13: 9781566393515).

book by Bonnie Poitras Tucker.

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The Feel of Silence (Health, Society, and Policy): ISBN 9781566393522 (978-1-56639-352-2) Softcover, Temple University Press, 1995. Going In Style, I Love Lacy (Harlequin Duets, No 50). by Bonnie Tucker, Lori Wilde. Coauthors & Alternates.

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The Conspiracy of Silence is a 1995 television documentary that outlines the problem of domestic violence in the United States, and describes some solutions. The title refers to an unspoken pact in an abusive relationship, in which the abuser expects the victim never to disclose the abuse, and the abused complies in the hope of avoiding further violence.

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A 2015 US Department of Housing and Urban Development report estimates that nearly 48,000 veterans are . Unfortunately for many veterans who get out of the service and don't have any health insurance, the VA is our only option.

1) Since it is difficult to determine the actual number of homeless veterans, this figure is likely conservative. And our only option has crashed and burned under the stress of so many hundreds of thousands of vets coming in and looking for help. Twenty-two years later, have things changed?

One explanation why Western society might be richer but no happier is that we’ve been drifting further apart.

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Incredibly moving and very well-written.
Excellent story! I have a much greater understanding of how a deaf person experiences life and society and the obstacles that must be overcome. Great reading, couldn't put it down. Ms. Turner has a talent for identifying and expressing deep emotions consistent with her deafness. I have a much greater empathy with the deaf population as a result. Highly recommend this book.
I appreciate her revealing her life story but it is hard to agree with her attitude toward the signing community since she is oral.
I found this book to be extremely powerful. Bonnie wholely admits to being in denial about her deafness til she was 38. At first I found this disturbing as she KNEW she was deaf, but claimed to be in denial. Three months AFTER I read the book it finally hit me what she was saying!!! She was not in denial about her deafness, she was in denial about the fact that her deafness made her different from other people, AND she was in denial that it impacted on her life! This was a huge lesson to me, because I was (then) doing the EXACT same thing!! I blamed a madrid of other "things" that affected my life EXCEPT for my hearing loss! What a relief it was to be able to accept the truth and get on with my life, and go forward! I now accept and do know that it is just a part of me that I have to live with every day!!! I must constantly educate others about it, and I am always appreciative of those who make the extra efforts to accommodate me and keep me informed on what is going on around me.

This book was very liberating for me and helped me tremendously! Bonnie is one of the very few deaf authors that addresses the implications that hearing loss has on one's own life, and those people directly around you.
I would have never heard of this book if not for a dear friend's recommendation - whose 15-year old daughter has been deaf since birth. And I am as profoundly grateful to my friend Anna Marie, as I am to Bonnie Tucker, the author - for a lesson in gratitude. compassion and frustration . . .

All of us, the hearing - will learn of gratitude for the "given" of the sense of hearing. We will add to our repertoire of our feelings a very special variation of compassion - for one like Bonnie - full of zest and energy in her approach to life - who definitely does not want pity.

We will learn of the aspects of frustration which our hearing world may not conceive of. Why not learn of this? Why not absorb some of the unique feelings which none of us ever thought of, in the situations none of us ever has found himself/herself?

You, the psychologists, might add to your lists of therapeutic data - this very intelligent woman's pointers and leads - how and when to help the deaf . . .

As the deaf are not really deaf - witness Beethoven and his most significant output as a composer in the late years of life, when, after becoming deaf, his hearing switched inward, into the inner world of sound - after all we all have an inner ear.

So does Bonnie Tucker and she has proven it with her astounding life and career as a mom and an attorney. Hurrah to the victor!

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