Introduction

Maria Egbert, Arnulf Deppermann

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Resumé

Hearing loss is a prevalent communication disability, yet to date there is almost no research on naturally occurring interaction which examines how participants handle hearing loss and the use of hearing aids in communication. In contrast, research focussing on the medical and technological dimensions has advanced tremendously. Still, the social reaction to hearing loss is frequently stress, withdrawal and isolation. Despite the enormous technological development, most people who could benefit from a hearing aid do not use it. The goal of this edited volume is to present a theoretically founded, interdisciplinary research approach geared at understanding and improving social interaction impacted by hearing loss and (non-)use of hearing technologies. Towards this end, we are integrating Conversation Analysis, audiology and User Centered Design.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelHearing Aids Communication : Integrating Social Interaction, Audiology and User Centered Design to Improve Communication with Hearing Loss and Hearing Technologies
Antal sider8
Udgivelses stedMannheim
ForlagVerlag für Gesprächsforschung
Publikationsdato2012
Sider1-8
Kapitel1
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-3-936656-40-4
StatusUdgivet - 2012

Fingeraftryk

conversation analysis
communication
interdisciplinary research
technical development
interaction
research approach
withdrawal
social isolation
disability

Citer dette

Egbert, M., & Deppermann, A. (2012). Introduction. I Hearing Aids Communication: Integrating Social Interaction, Audiology and User Centered Design to Improve Communication with Hearing Loss and Hearing Technologies (s. 1-8). Mannheim: Verlag für Gesprächsforschung.
Egbert, Maria ; Deppermann, Arnulf. / Introduction. Hearing Aids Communication: Integrating Social Interaction, Audiology and User Centered Design to Improve Communication with Hearing Loss and Hearing Technologies. Mannheim : Verlag für Gesprächsforschung, 2012. s. 1-8
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