Vol 13, No 1

Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal Volume 13 Issue 1

The latest issue of the Review of Disability Studies is out! Dive into this issues' advancement of ideas from authors representing Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, Hawaii, India, Norway, Sweden, and the United States. You won't want to miss this intersectionality of perspectives from scholars, educators, artist, activist, and medical practitioners all working towards advancing the study and experience of disability. Read more at http://bit.ly/RDSJ_v13i1

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Table of Contents


Editorial: Disabled Lives Matter
Megan Conway

Research Articles and Essays

Exploring Disability Policy in Africa: An Online Search for National Disability Policies and UNCRPD Ratification
Erika Luisa Angeles Fernandez, Lauren Jane Rutka, Heather Michelle Aldersey
Personal Autonomy and Disability
Lenka Krhutová
Photovoice: Life Through the Eyes of People with Disability in North India
Nathan Grills, Gillian Portor, Raj Kumar, Jubin Varghese
Swedish Citizens with Cerebral Palsy or Spina Bifida – Perceived Experiences of Social Life and Employment
Karin Törnbom, Marie Törnbom, Stibrant Sunnerhagen

Creative Works

Three (or Infinite) Lenses: Translucent Still Life I.
Kai Rands

Best Practices in Disability Studies

Infusing Disability Studies within Special Education: A Personal Story
JoDell R Heroux
Dissertation & Abstracts v13i1
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