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A Study On the Characteristics of Night Activities' Cognition and Experience of Students with Hearing Impairment

Kim Man In 1

1대구대학교

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ABSTRACT

In order to find the overall inclination of the hearing impaired for night activities, this study conducted a survey of students with hearing impairment who reach the end of puberty, 2nd and 3rd graders in highschool, from April 15, 2013 to May 3, 2013. The analysis of findings on the survey was made in three aspects: cognition, experience, and background variables. The conclusion of the analysis is as follow: in general, the hearing impaired have more fear of night, more difficulty in communicating at night and show stronger inclination of evading night activities than normal people. In addition, there are other discoveries as follow. First, of the hearing-impaired surveyed, 33.3 percent do not participate in night activities. Second, it implies that fear of night will be more of overcome by engaging in many night activities. Third, the hearing impaired either of whose parents are deaf can show stronger inclination of evading night activities. Fourth, there is a possibility not to do night activities for those whose hearing (remedied) is out of normal or normal limits(10∼25dB), and 30dB or more.

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