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Among the topics are toward a feminist disability studies theory of embodiment and mental illness, rereading contact and affect, a reevaluation of male embodiment, biblical models of disability, and screening desire and disability.
Disability studies scholars have called into question the work of special education researchers over recent decades, noting how we have failed to take on the broader social issues related to disability as one feature of diversity (Danforth, 2008).
Dan Goodley's Disability Studies: An Interdisciplinary Introduction may mark one of the first times where disability studies receives an introductory staging that does not rest easy with its own self-understanding.
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The National Centre of Disability Studies at Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), located in New Delhi, India, is recruiting students for its new teacher preparation program in special education (specifically in the areas of visual impairment, hearing impairment, and mental retardation).
The purpose of the scholarships is to assist students to undertake or complete an accredited course in health or disability studies, in order to build Maori workforce capacity in the sector.
Now the teenager has her sights on career as a behavioural councillor after securing a place at Liverpool Hope University where she will take a disability studies degree.
To explain the relative absence of Foucault, we might want to consider that disability studies has basically been an Anglo-American endeavour, which is just beginning to expand its insights into the globalized world.