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Disability and society


Año 2016. Número 31 (2)

Articles
Orientating disability studies to disablist austerity: applying Fraser’s insights
Steven Dodd
Critical autism studies: exploring epistemic dialogues and intersections, challenging dominant understandings of autism
Lindsay O’Dell, Hanna Bertilsdotter Rosqvist, Francisco Ortega, Charlotte Brownlow & Michael Orsini
Original Articles
The embodied becoming of autism and childhood: a storytelling methodology
Jill C. Smith
Articles
Discourses of service user involvement in meeting places in Norwegian community mental health care: a discourse analysis of staff accounts
Lill Susann Ynnesdal Haugen, Andreas Envy, Marit Borg, Tor-Johan Ekeland & Norman Anderssen
‘It’s better if someone can see me for who I am’: stories of (in)visibility for students with a visual impairment within South African Universities
Heidi Lourens & Leslie Swartz
Original Articles
Beyond cognitive deficit: the everyday lived experience of dyslexic students at university
H.E. Cameron
Articles
Experiences of visually impaired students in higher education: bodily perspectives on inclusive education
Heidi Lourens & Leslie Swartz
Benda Bilili – ‘look beyond the images’: representations and visual narratives of disability in Kinshasa
Jori De Coster & Sean O’ Dubhghaill
Current Issues
Supporting the sustainability of Mad Studies and preventing its co-option
Peter Beresford & Jasna Russo
Neoliberal policy, chronic corruption and disablement: biosecurity, biosocial risks and the creation of ‘Ebola survivors’?
Maria Berghs
Disability, (auto)mobility and austerity: shrinking horizons and spaces of refuge
Andrew Power
Tracing the influence of Fernand Deligny on autism studies
Damian Milton
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