RDS Now Online Volume 13 Issue 1

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Volume 13 Issue 1 | Table of Contents

Editorial

Disabled Lives Matter
Megan A. Conway, Ph.D., RDS Associate Editor
Hawaii, USA


Research Articles

Exploring Disability Policy in Africa: An Online Search for National Disability Policies and UNCRPD Ratification
Erika Luisa Fernandez, Lauren Rutka, Heather Aldersey
Canada

Personal Autonomy and Disability
Lenka Krhutová
Czech Republic

Photovoice: Life Through the Eyes of People with Disability in North India
Nathan Grills (PhD) and Gillian Porter (PhD)
Australia and India

Swedish Citizens with Cerebral Palsy or Spina Bifida – Perceived Experiences of Social Life and Employment
Karin Törnbom, Marie Törnbom, Stibrant Sunnerhagen
Norway and Sweden


Creative Works

Three (or Infinite) Lenses: Translucent Still Life I
Kai Rands, Ph.D.
United State


Best Practices in Disability Studies

Infusing Disability Studies within Special Education: A Personal Story
JoDell R. Heroux, Ph.D
United States


Dissertations

Disability Studies Dissertation Abstracts
Jonathan Erlen, Megan Conway

 

Artist Highlight

Three (or Infinite) Lenses: Translucent Still Life I

 

A pair of folded sunglasses sits on a table in front of a round crystal clock with roman numerals and a bottle of capsules.  The base of the clock and the bottom of the pill bottle can be seen through the top of the sunglasses.  Part of the pill bottle label can be seen: "Lith. . .300. . . ."

A pair of folded sunglasses sits on a table in front of a round crystal clock with roman numerals and a bottle of capsules.  The base of the clock and the bottom of the pill bottle can be seen through the top of the sunglasses.  Part of the pill bottle label can be seen:

 


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Editorial

Disabled Lives Matter
Megan A. Conway, Ph.D., RDS Associate Editor
Hawaii, USA

Learn more about the Editorial: Disabled Lives Matter Megan A. Conway (PhD) http://rdsinternationaljournal.blogspot.com/

 



Research Articles

Exploring Disability Policy in Africa: An Online Search for National Disability Policies and UNCRPD Ratification
Erika Luisa Fernandez, Lauren Rutka, Heather Aldersey
Canada

Research Articles

Personal Autonomy and Disability
Lenka Krhutová
Czech Republic

 

Research Articles

Photovoice: Life Through the Eyes of People with Disability in North India
Nathan Grills (PhD) and Gillian Porter (PhD)
Australia and India

 

Research Articles

Swedish Citizens with Cerebral Palsy or Spina Bifida – Perceived Experiences of Social Life and Employment
Karin Törnbom, Marie Törnbom, Stibrant Sunnerhagen
Norway and Sweden


Creative Works

Three (or Infinite) Lenses: Translucent Still Life I
Kai Rands, Ph.D.
United State


Best Practices in Disability Studies

Infusing Disability Studies within Special Education: A Personal Story
JoDell R. Heroux, Ph.D
United States


Dissertations

Disability Studies Dissertation Abstracts
Jonathan Erlen, Megan Conway



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