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Studying Video Phone, Deaf Video Phone

[1] AKAMU, KEIKON. The Effectiveness of Videophones in Home Healthcare for the Elderly.

[2] Ecker, Katelyn D. Mobile phones as a social medium for the deaf: a uses and gratifications study.

[3] Katz, J. and Rice, R. Assessing new cell phone text and video services. POLICY. 2008. Vol. 32, Iss. 7; pg. 455 – 467.

Keating, Elizabeth. (2000). How Culture and Technology Together Shape New Communicative Practices: Investigating Interactions between Deaf and Hearing Callers with Computer-Mediated Videotelephone. Texas Linguistic Forum, 43, 99-116.

[4] Keating, E., Edwards, T., and Mirus, G. (2008). Cybersign and new proximities: Impacts of new communication technologies on space and language. Journal of Pragmatics, 40, 1067-1081.

[5] Keating, Elizabeth. Mirus, Gene. (2003). American Sign Language in virtual space: Interactions between deaf users of computer-mediated video communication and the impact of technology on language practices. Language in Society, 32(5), 693-714.

[6] Peters, Oscar. (2009). A Social Cognitive Perspective on Mobile Communication Technology Use and Adoption. Social Science Computer Review, 27 (1), 76-95.

[7] Renfro, S., and Rauh, C. Video Delay Effects on Emotion, Involvement, and Communication Outcomes. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, New York City, NY. 2009-05-25.

[8] Richter, A. (2007). Mobile Videotelephony: test of 3G telephones. The Swedish Handicap Institute (SHI)

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