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|Other Titles:||A Preliminary Study of the Romantic Relationship Counseling Group Project with Deaf Teenage Girls in a Deaf School|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
The aim of the study is to explore the needs of deaf teenage girls for love, as well as the proper intervention for them through the author’s leading experience of the romantic relationship counseling group in a deaf school. The results indicate that deaf girls have various feelings toward love, are eager to know boys more, and aware of the double oppression of sexism and audism in intimate relationships. When the group leaders can respect girls, encourage them to express themselves, and help them to join the negotiating process in the group, they can make their own decisions and exhibit their capabilities; all these experiences can improve their romantic competence.
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