Vol 13, No 3

Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal Volume 13 Issue 3

We are excited to announce the publication of Volume 13 Issue 3 of Review of Disability Studies, an international, peer-reviewed journal. Discover diverse voices in this issue ranging from Self Advocates, Rehabilitation Counselors, Creative Writers, Influential Bloggers, and Education Experts. Read more at http://bit.ly/RDSJ_v13i3


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Table of Contents


When A Hyphen Matters: Reflections on Disability and Language
Megan Conway

Research Articles and Essays

“Friends Give Meaning to Life:” Reframing Friendship for Individuals with Autism that Type to Communicate
Jessica K. Bacon, Fernanda Orsati, Scott Floyd, Hesham Khater
Self-Determination in Social Context: A Social Cognitive Approach
Jason Matthew Naranjo, Luke Duesbery

Creative Works

On Speaking and Not Speaking: Autism, Friendship, Interdependency
Sonya Freeman Loftis
Finding Becky: How Disability Erasure in Play Reflects and Influences Reality
Karin Hitselberger

Best Practices in Disability Studies

Sports and Disability: Enhanced Health, Self-Efficacy, and Social Inclusion Through Athletic Participation
Tayo Moss, Trenton Joe Landon, Allison Fleming
Disability Studies Dissertations Abstracts
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