Deaf people’s use of SMS and other text-based communication: a new age dawns
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This paper provides data about the way that deaf people use of SMS (short message service), TTYs, the National Relay Service and Computers to communicate with both deaf and hearing friends, family and work associates. The paper builds on the work of Horstmanshof and Power (2004) and Power and Power (2004) by examining data from a survey of deaf people on their use of these technologies.
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