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    Waldorf, Jean F.
    The general purpose of this study was to determine if burnout existed among Rehabilitation Counselors for the Deaf within the state of California. A questionnaire was mailed out to thirty-eight Rehabilitation Counselors with the Deaf and there was a 7 . . .
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    Garrity, James H.
    Little attention has been directed in educational research to the identification of administrative problems in residential educational programs for deaf children. In light of current demands by consumers for program excellence the identification of ke . . .
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    Hoffmann, Ernest E.
    The purpose of this project is to evaluate the involvement of the former NLTPers in the deaf community after completing their training program at CSUN. A questionnaire was developed and mailed to all NLTP graduate s to determine whether they became mo . . .
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    Ingham, W. Edward
    This project paper discusses a search into the educational and family backgrounds of profoundly and prelingually deaf students attending California State University at Northridge during the Spring semester of 1977, in an attempt to locate some of the . . .
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    Lemke, Richard E.
    This study explored the relationship between Rehabilitation Counselors for the Deaf and the job placement services and techniques available to deaf persons in the state of California. A review of literature regarding the occupational status of deaf ad . . .
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    Culton, Paul M.
    The need for language is basic to everyday existence. At home, in business, at school, and in social interaction there must always be communication. Nowhere, perhaps, is such a need more keenly felt than among people who are deaf. Lack of adequate lan . . .
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    Dayian, Chris C.
    Advanced technology (computer, space hardware) can be a powerful tool for instructing the multihandicapped. The computer can be utilized as either an instructional or prosthetic device. Significant reduction in price makes the microcomputer available . . .
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    Coulson, M. James
    This paper discusses some of the factors associated with providing driver's education, training, and licensing to hearing-impaired students enrolled in our nation's educational system. The role that federal, state, and local agencies have in the area . . .
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    Quintana, Henrietta
    The purpose of this project was to identify areas wherein parents of students who attended California State University, Northridge, concentrated to enable their hearing-impaired child to compete alongside of hearing students in a mainstreamed academic . . .
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    Kimberlin, Gregory C.
    The telephone has long been a foe for dear persons. However, the technological explosion in America within the last decade has not passed up the opportunity of developing ways for the def to use the phone. Smith, Berlje, & Simpson (1966) have expertly . . .