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Cherology (from Greek: χείρ, "hand") is the sign-language equivalent of phonology. It is cognitively equivalent to the phonology of oral languages. The term is not widely used in the academic literature.

The words cherology and chereme were coined in 1960 by William Stokoe at Gallaudet University as part of an attempt to demonstrate that sign languages are true and full languages, but that position is now universally accepted and there is no longer felt a need to demonstrate it through terminology.

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Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherology

Published - November 2008




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