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Simplified Signs: A Manual Sign-Communication System for Special. Volume 1

John D. Bonvillian
Nicole Kissane Lee
Tracy T. Dooley
et al.

Appendix A. Sign Language Dictionaries and Other Sources

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1The following is a listing of the sign language dictionaries and other sources we consulted when selecting the initial 1000 signs to use in the Simplified Sign System:

2Acredolo, L. P., & Goodwyn, S. W. (1996). Baby signs: How to talk with your baby before your baby can talk. Chicago, IL: Contemporary Books.

3Bakken, A., & Holm, S. G. (1985). Barnas tegn-ordbok, vol. 1. Bergen, Norway: Døves Forlag.

4Barakat, R. A. (1975). The Cistercian Sign Language: A study in non-verbal communication. Kalamazoo, MI: Cistercian Publications.

5Bergmann, R., Hansen, B., Nielsen, K., & Engberg-Pedersen, E. (eds.). (1992). Tegn til børn: Tegnordbog for forældre og pædagoger. København, Denmark: Døves Center for Total Kommunikation.

6Chao, C., Chu, H., & Liu, C. (eds.). (1988). Taiwan natural sign language. Republic of China: Deaf Sign Language Research Association.

7Costello, E. (2000). Random House Webster’s American Sign Language medical dictionary. New York, NY: Random House.

8Duffy, L. (1977). An innovative approach to the development of communication skills for severely speech handicapped cerebral palsied children. Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV.

9Eastman, G. C., with M. Noretsky & S. Censoplano. (1989). From mime to sign. Silver Spring, MD: T. J. Publishers.

10Edinburgh and East of Scotland Society for the Deaf (ed.). (1985). Seeing the signs! in Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh & East of Scotland Society for the Deaf.

11 Grove, N., & Walker, M. (1990). The Makaton Vocabulary: Using manual signs and graphic symbols to develop interpersonal communication. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 6, 15–28,​10.1080/​07434619012331275284

12Gustason, G., & Zawolkow, E. (eds.). (1982). Signos para el inglés exacto (M.S. Cargill, Trans.). Los Alamitos, CA: Modern Signs Press.

13Hadley, L. F. (1893). Indian sign talk. Chicago, IL: Baker.

14Henson, R. (1983). Las señas de los sordomudos de México. Mexico: Ronald Henson.

15Hofsinde, R. (1956). Indian Sign Language. New York, NY: William Morrow.

16Hussain, M. T., & Dossani, A. (eds.). (1987). A dictionary of Pakistan Sign Language: Focus on Karachi. Karachi, Pakistan: ABSA School for the Deaf.

17Japanese Federation of the Deaf, Institute for Sign Language Studies (ed.). (1991). An English dictionary of basic Japanese signs. Tokyo, Japan: Japanese Federation of the Deaf.

18Jeanes, R. C., & Reynolds, B. E. (eds.). (1982). Dictionary of Australasian signs for communication with the deaf. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Victorian School for Deaf Children.

19Johnston, T. (1989). Auslan dictionary: A dictionary of the sign language of the Australian deaf community. Petersham, New South Wales, Australia: Deafness Resources, Australia.

20Kennedy, G., with R. Arnold & P. Dugdale. (eds.). (1997). A dictionary of New Zealand Sign Language. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press and Bridget Williams Books.

21Lancz, E. (1999). Dictionary of Hungarian Sign Language (S. Berbeco, Ed.). Budapest, Hungary: National Association for the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing, and SHL Hungary Kft., Budapest.

22Loncke, F., Nijs, M., & Smet, L. (1998). Spreken met ondersteuning van gebaren: Het handboek [Manual signing supporting speech: The handbook]. Leuven, Belgium: Garant.

23National Association for the Deaf & Sign Language Tutors Association of Ireland. (eds.). (1992). Sign on: Basic signs used by Irish deaf people. Dublin, Ireland: National Association for the Deaf and the Sign Language Tutors Association of Ireland.

24Nieder-Heitmann, N. (1980). Talking to the deaf: A visual manual of standardized signs for the deaf in South Africa. Staatsdrukker, Pretoria, Republic of South Africa: Department of Education and Training & S.A. National Council for the Deaf.

25O’Rourke, T. J., & Parsons, F. M. (1973). Curso básico en comunicación manual: Programa de adiestramiento en comunicación. Silver Spring, MD: National Association of the Deaf.

26 Paget, R., Gorman, P., & Paget, G. (1976). The Paget Gorman sign system (6th ed.). London, U.K.: Association for Experiment in Deaf Education, London.

27Peydro, F. J. P. (1981). Diccionario mímico español. Valladolid, Spain: Sever-Cuesta.

28Riekehof, L. L. (1978). The joy of signing: The new illustrated guide for mastering sign language and the manual alphabet. Springfield, MO: Gospel Publishing House.

29Romeo, O. (1991). Dizionario dei segni: La lingua dei segni in 1400 immagini. Bologna, Italy: Zanichelli.

30Ross, P., Devkota, N. K., & Maskey, D.M. (1989). Nepali Sign Language dictionary. Naxal, Kathmandu, Nepal: The Welfare Society for the Hearing Impaired, School for the Deaf.

31Sandager, O. (1986). Sign languages around the world. North Hollywood, CA: OK Publishing.

32Seton, E. T. (1918). Sign talk: A universal signal code, without apparatus, for use in the army, the navy, camping, hunting, and daily life. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page.

33Skelly, M. (1979). Amer-Ind gestural code based on universal American Indian Hand Talk. New York, NY: Elsevier North Holland.

34Sternberg, M. L. A. (1981). American Sign Language: A comprehensive dictionary. New York, NY: Harper & Row.

35Stokoe, W. C., Jr., Casterline, D. C., & Croneberg, C. G. (1965). A dictionary of American Sign Language on linguistic principles. Washington, DC: Gallaudet College Press.

36Suwanarat, M., & Reilly, C. (1986). The Thai Sign Language dictionary: Book one (Owen Wrigley, Ed.). Bangkok, Thailand: National Association of the Deaf in Thailand and International Human Assistance Programs/Thailand.

37Tanzania Association of the Deaf (ed.). (1993). The Tanzania Sign Language dictionary. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: Tanzania Association of the Deaf.

38Tomkins, W. (1931/1969). Indian Sign Language. New York, NY: Dover Publications. [Corrected republication of the 1931 fifth edition originally published in San Diego, CA under the title Universal Indian Sign Language of the Plains Indians of North America.]

39Tytgat, M.-G., Peltier, E., Wechseler, R., & Masquelier, M. (1995). Coghamo: Lexique adulte. Brussels, Belgium: Centre La Famille.

40Walker, M. (1977). Line drawing illustrations for the revised Makaton vocabulary. Action, London, U.K.: Royal Association of the Deaf and Dumb.

41World Federation of the Deaf, Unification of Signs Commission (ed.). (1975). Gestuno: International Sign Language of the deaf. Carlisle, England: The British Deaf Association on behalf of The World Federation of the Deaf.


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