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DISABILITY STUDIES IN THE ACADEMIC MAINSTREAM: A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF DISABILITY STUDIES JOURNAL ARTICLES IN GENERIC/NON-DISABILITY PERIODICALS
(November/December 2004) - This is a listing of Disability Studies journal articles published in multidisciplmainstream academic periodicals.
A Disability Studies Bibliography
(updated August 2008) - A selected bibliography of Disability Studies resources.
Women and Disability: An Annotated Bibliography
(updated August 2008) This extensive annotated bibliography builds on previous resources on women and disability published by the Center on Human Policy and provides an overview of the now wide-ranging, existing materials on women and disability and attempts to make them more accessible and available in one place.
A Selected Bibliography Related to Facilitated Communication
(2005) - This annotated bibliography is not intended to be comprehensive. Rather, it includes major books on the topic, many research and commentary articles, as well as documentary and instructive videos. Among the research articles, emphasis is given to those studies in which facilitated communication users were able to confirm their communicative competence with the method, as well as several often cited studies in which researchers were unable to confirm the effectiveness of facilitation. In addition, we have included books and articles that do not specifically reference the augmentative and alternative communication method of facilitated communication but which are relevant to the broader issues of communication, factors that influence communication, participation in school and community, literacy, disability studies, and communication rights.