Disability, avoidance, and the academy [electronic resource] : challenging resistance / edited by David Bolt and Claire Penketh.
- London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016.
- Routledge advances in disability studies.
Routledge advances in disability studies
1 online resource (xii, 199 pages.)
- People with disabilities.
- Medical subjects:
- Disabled Persons.
Research -- education.
Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice.
- Disability, diversity, and diversion : normalization and avoidance in higher education / David T. Mitchell
Disabling policies and exclusionary infrastructures : a critique of the AAUP report / Sushil Oswal
"Crippled inside?" metaphors of organisational learning difficulty / Joel Petrie
Avoiding new literacies : ideology, dyslexia, and perceived deficits / Owen Barden
School textbooks and the avoidance of disability : emptied of representation / Alan Hodkinson
Lessons in critical avoidance : disability studies and "special educational needs" / Claire Penketh and Laura Waite
Words for dignity : from Budapest to Berkeley and back / Rita Hoffmann and Maria Flamich
Validating critical avoidance : professional social work, mental health service users/survivors, and the academy / Kathy Boxall and Peter Beresford
Servicescapes, people, brands, and marketing management : looking to the future of consumer disability research through disability studies / Tom Coogan and Robert Cluley
Literary disability studies in creative writing : a practical approach to theory / Cath Nichols
Fabulous invalids together : why disability in mainstream theater matters / Ann M. Fox
Ahimsa and the ethics of caring : Gandhi's spiritual experiments with truth via an idea of a vulnerable human body / Hemachandran Karah
Disability studies and modern responses to Stefan Zweig's beware of pity : critics' avoidance / Emmeline Burdett
Avoiding disability in Scottish literary studies? Scottish studies, ablenationalism, and beyond / Arianna Introna
How I can go on : embracing modernity's displeasure with Beckett's Murphy / Chris Ewart
Signifying otherness in modernity : the subject of disability in the sun also rises and the sound and the fury / Will Kanyusik.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
Electronic reproduction. London Available via World Wide Web.
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- Local notes:
- Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Frances Baylinson Rosenbluth Fund.
- Bolt, David, 1966- editor.
Penketh, Claire, editor.
Taylor & Francis
Frances Baylinson Rosenbluth Fund.
- 9781315717807 (electronic bk.)
1315717808 (electronic bk.)
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