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Recent legislation has made captioned television programs common technology; consequently, televised programs have become more accessible to a broader public. In the United States, television captions are generally in written English, yet the English-literacy rates among people who are deaf are low compared to hearing peers. This research tests the accessibility of television by assessing deaf and hearing students' comprehension of captions with and without visuals/video based on their ability to respond correctly to questions about the script and central details.
This study examines the effectiveness of real-time captioning in improving the working memory of students with hearing disorders, similarities in the ability of subjects to recall written verbal materials, and variation of results between two- and four-line conditions.
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