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Volume 12 Issue 4 of the RDS Journal is now available!

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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.

 

 

Volume 12 Issue 4 | Table of Contents

Editorial

Cripping Concepts: Accessibility
Kelly Fritsch, Ph.D., RDS Associate Editor for Research
Canada


 

Research Articles

Understanding Disability from the Views and Experiences of Taiwanese People with a Physical Disability
Hsiu-Ching Lin, PhD & Marie Knox, PhD
Taiwan and Australia


Assessing the Impact and Uses of the Disability Common Fund Among Persons with Disabilities in Kumasi Metropolis in Ghana
Anthony Kwaku Edusei, Paulina Adjei-Domfeh, Wisdom Kwadwo Mprah, Maxwell Peprah Opoku, Eric Badu, Christopher Seth Appiah , & Kwame Nkrumah
Ghana


A Study of the Impact of Disability Studies on the Perceptions of Education Professionals
Meghan Cosier, PhD, Aja McKee, PhD & Audri Gomez, PhD
United States


 

Creative Works

Can’t C Me

Shawn Robinson, Ph.D.
United States


 

Best Practices in Disability Studies

Questions, Questions: Using Problem-Based Learning to Infuse Disability Studies into an Introductory Secondary Special Education Course

Laura Eisenman & Marisa Kofke
United States


 

Multimedia

'Autism in Love' Review

Raphael Raphael, Ph.D
Guatemala


 

Disability Studies Dissertations and Abstracts

Disability Studies Dissertation Abstracts

Jonathan Erlen, Megan Conway

 


 

The latest issue of RDS is out! You won’t want to miss this issue featuring an international tapestry of disability studies focused research, creative works, best practices, film review and much more.

Check out our featured editorial Cripping Concepts: Accessibility by Dr. Kelly Fritsch, RDS Associate Editor for Research.

Visit our website featuring the latest issue: www.rds.hawaii.edu/ojs/index.php/journal/issue/view/V12i4

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