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First Release: Disability and the Family

First Release:  Disability and the Family

Volume 1, Issue 3&4

Access innovative research in this collaborative investigation into the disability family identity. From autoenthographic methods to life story interviews and more, this thorough intersectional delve into this common area of the disability experience brings new light into areas oft neglected.

 Join us in considering disability, the family and identity.

Disability and the Family

Click below to read all the available papers

https://cdjournal.scholasticahq.com/issue/229


LIST OF PAPERS

Intersection between a Social Gender and Disability: A Self-concept of Women with Disabilities in the Post-Feminist Context by Egle Sumskiene

Disability, Family and Identity by Dr Cort Schnieder

Parenting a Child with Intellectual Disability — Factors That May Contribute in Making Parenthood a Positive Experience by Elvira Psaila

Parent Perceptions of Skills Needed by Youth with Visual Impairments during their Transition to Adulthood by Lydia Anne Shuck, PhD

“My Mission”: Life Stories of Mothers of Individuals who type to communicate by Fernada T Orsati

Others like Me? Growing up with the self and ‘otherness’ in a special school context, reflecting on the past and thinking of the future by Anika Alexandra Baddeley

The Good Mother: Ritualized Negotiations as a Form of Disability Self-Advocacy by Rebecca Miner, PhD

A Father’s Chair: Reflections on Media, Disability and Fatherhood by Daniel Preston

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