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Participants needed for "The Discourse Structure of Personal Narratives of Experiences with Racism in ASL and English" research study

Research flyer with Inequality symbol at the top left and image of two African-American people gazing solemnly. Research Study details below.

“The Discourse Structure of Personal Narratives of Racism in ASL and English” research study is being conducted by Ariel Johnson, a doctoral student in the Department of Linguistics. The study is looking for Gallaudet students (18 years or older) who identify as African American/Black as well as deaf or hard of hearing with ASL as their first language that have experienced racism and/or microaggressions during their time as a student at the university. 

Participation in the study will require 1) a 30-45 minute recorded interview about your experiences with racism/and or microaggression and 2) a follow-up interview to provide additional details and/or clarifications about your experiences. Participants will be compensated for completing both the initial and follow-up interviews.

If interested, please email 

This research study has been approved by Gallaudet's Institutional Review Board (IRB).

Posted by Ariel Johnson | Posted April 25, 2019 at 2:16 PM


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