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Disability & the politics of education : an international reader, edited by Susan L. Gabel & Scot Danforth

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Disability & the politics of education : an international reader
Title
Disability & the politics of education
Title remainder
an international reader
Statement of responsibility
edited by Susan L. Gabel & Scot Danforth
Title variation
Disability and the politics of education
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
LC call number
LC4019
LC item number
.D55 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1956-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Gabel, Susan L.
  • Danforth, Scot
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  • People with disabilities
  • Education and state
  • Comparative education
  • Inclusive education
  • Integrationspädagogik
  • Comparative education
  • Education and state
  • Inclusive education
  • People with disabilities
Label
Disability & the politics of education : an international reader, edited by Susan L. Gabel & Scot Danforth
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
ǂt Foreword / ǂr Len Barton -- ǂg Ch. 1. ǂt Disability and the International Politics of Education / ǂr Susan L. Gabel and Scot Danforth -- ǂg Sect. I. ǂt Inclusive Education -- ǂg Ch. 2. ǂt Teachers' Dominant Discourses of Inclusion and Disability: A Case Study at a Semi-rural Township School in the Province of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa / ǂr Jabulani Ngcobo and Nithi Muthukrishna -- ǂg Ch. 3. ǂt Inclusion in Italy: What Happens When Everyone Belongs / ǂr Beth A. Ferri -- ǂg Ch. 4. ǂt Analysis of Inclusive Education Policy Implementation in Zimbabwe: Challenges for Learner Support / ǂr Auxilia Badza, David Chakuchichi and Robert Chimedza -- ǂg Ch. 5. ǂt Inclusion in Indian Education / ǂr Susan L. Gabel and Jagdish Chander -- ǂg Ch. 6. ǂt Inclusion? / ǂr Linda J. Graham and Roger Slee -- ǂg Ch. 7. ǂt Reading Stories of Inclusion: Engaging with Different Perspectives towards an Agenda for Inclusion / ǂr Andrew Azzopardi -- ǂg Ch. 8. ǂt Research in Inclusive Education as a Possible Opening to Disability Studies in Education / ǂr Geert Van Hove, Griet Roets, Kathleen Mortier, Elisabeth De Schauwer, Mieke Leroy and Eric Broekaert -- ǂg Ch. 9. ǂt Doing Inclusive Education Research / ǂr Julie Allan and Roger Slee -- ǂg Sect. II. ǂt Policy -- ǂg Ch. 10. ǂt Analysis of the Impact of Advocacy and Disability Rights on the Quality of Life of People with Disabilities in Zimbabwe / ǂr Robert Chimedza, Auxilia Badza and David Chakuchichi -- ǂg Ch. 11. ǂt Disability Education in the People's Republic of China: Tradition, Reform, and Outlook / ǂr Qing Shen, Helen McCabe and Zhaoyang Chi -- ǂg Ch. 12. ǂt Role of Residential Schools in Shaping the Nature of the Advocacy Movement of the Blind in India / ǂr Jagdish Chander -- ǂg Ch. 13. ǂt Politics, Inclusion, and Disabled Children: The Colombian Context / ǂr Marisol Moreno Angarita and Susan L. Gabel -- ǂg Ch. 14. ǂt Inclusive Education and School Choice: Democratic Rights in a Devolved System / ǂr Liz Gordon and Missy Morton -- ǂg Ch. 15. ǂt Private Troubles or Public Issues? The Social Construction of "The Disabled Baby"in the Context of Social Policy and Social and Technological Changes / ǂr Dora S. Bjarnason -- ǂg Ch. 16. ǂt Czech Republic: Empowerment of D(/d)eaf Community through Education (1945-2006) / ǂr Jitka Sinecka -- ǂg Ch. 17. ǂt Reframing Global Education from a Disability Rights Movement Perspective / ǂr Susan Peters, Kimberly Wolbers and Lisa Dimling -- ǂg Ch. 18. ǂt Model for Policy Activism / ǂr Susan L. Gabel -- ǂg Sect. III. ǂt Theorizing Disability -- ǂg Ch. 19. ǂt "I Got Trouble with My Reading": An Emerging Literacy / ǂr Tanya Titchkosky -- ǂg Ch. 20. ǂt Deleuze, Guattari, and the Boundaries of Intellectual Disability / ǂr Anna C. Hickey-Moody -- ǂg Ch. 21. ǂt Taking Exception: Discourses of Exceptionality and the Invocation of the "Ideal" / ǂr Valerie Harwood and Nici Hymphry -- ǂg Ch. 22. ǂt Using Metaphors to Research the Cultural and Ideological Construction of Disability / ǂr Scot Danforth -- ǂg Ch. 23. ǂt Double Trouble: Disability and Disability Studies in Education / ǂr Rod Michalko -- ǂg Ch. 24. ǂt Cartographies of Eugenics and Special Education: A History ofthe (Ab)normal / ǂr Phil Smith -- ǂg Ch. 25. ǂt Caring Power and Disabled Children: The Rise of the Educational Elan in Europe, in Particular in Belgium and the Netherlands / ǂr Annemieke van Drenth -- ǂg Ch. 26. ǂt Not So Strange Bedfellows: The Promise of Disability Studies and Critical Race Theory / ǂr David J. Connor -- ǂg Ch. 27. ǂt Disability Studies and Psychology: Emancipatory Opportunities / ǂr Dan Goodley and Rebecca Lawthom -- ǂg Ch. 28. ǂt Comparison: Difference, Dependency, and Stigmatization in Special Education and Disability Studies / ǂr Kathryn Young and Emily Mintz -- ǂg Sect. IV. ǂt Higher Education -- ǂg Ch. 29. ǂt Disability in the German, Swiss, and Austrian Higher Education Systems / ǂr Justin J.W. Powell, Kai Felkendorff and Judith Hollenweger -- ǂg Ch. 30. ǂt Reasonable Adjustments Duty for Higher Education in England and Wales / ǂr Kim Marshall -- ǂg Ch. 31. ǂt Moving in from the Margins: From Accommodation to Universal Design / ǂr Sheryl Burgstahler and Rebecca Cory -- ǂg Ch. 32. ǂt Adapting Disability Studies within Teacher Education in Singapore / ǂr Levan Lim, Thana Thaver and Kenneth Poon -- ǂg Ch. 33. ǂt Disability Narratives, Social Models, and Rights Perspectives as Higher Education Imperatives / ǂr Christopher Johnstone, Alex Lubet and Leonard Goldfine
Control code
190785245
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xx, 667 p.
Isbn
9780820488943
Lccn
2008000240
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
(OCoLC)190785245
Label
Disability & the politics of education : an international reader, edited by Susan L. Gabel & Scot Danforth
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
ǂt Foreword / ǂr Len Barton -- ǂg Ch. 1. ǂt Disability and the International Politics of Education / ǂr Susan L. Gabel and Scot Danforth -- ǂg Sect. I. ǂt Inclusive Education -- ǂg Ch. 2. ǂt Teachers' Dominant Discourses of Inclusion and Disability: A Case Study at a Semi-rural Township School in the Province of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa / ǂr Jabulani Ngcobo and Nithi Muthukrishna -- ǂg Ch. 3. ǂt Inclusion in Italy: What Happens When Everyone Belongs / ǂr Beth A. Ferri -- ǂg Ch. 4. ǂt Analysis of Inclusive Education Policy Implementation in Zimbabwe: Challenges for Learner Support / ǂr Auxilia Badza, David Chakuchichi and Robert Chimedza -- ǂg Ch. 5. ǂt Inclusion in Indian Education / ǂr Susan L. Gabel and Jagdish Chander -- ǂg Ch. 6. ǂt Inclusion? / ǂr Linda J. Graham and Roger Slee -- ǂg Ch. 7. ǂt Reading Stories of Inclusion: Engaging with Different Perspectives towards an Agenda for Inclusion / ǂr Andrew Azzopardi -- ǂg Ch. 8. ǂt Research in Inclusive Education as a Possible Opening to Disability Studies in Education / ǂr Geert Van Hove, Griet Roets, Kathleen Mortier, Elisabeth De Schauwer, Mieke Leroy and Eric Broekaert -- ǂg Ch. 9. ǂt Doing Inclusive Education Research / ǂr Julie Allan and Roger Slee -- ǂg Sect. II. ǂt Policy -- ǂg Ch. 10. ǂt Analysis of the Impact of Advocacy and Disability Rights on the Quality of Life of People with Disabilities in Zimbabwe / ǂr Robert Chimedza, Auxilia Badza and David Chakuchichi -- ǂg Ch. 11. ǂt Disability Education in the People's Republic of China: Tradition, Reform, and Outlook / ǂr Qing Shen, Helen McCabe and Zhaoyang Chi -- ǂg Ch. 12. ǂt Role of Residential Schools in Shaping the Nature of the Advocacy Movement of the Blind in India / ǂr Jagdish Chander -- ǂg Ch. 13. ǂt Politics, Inclusion, and Disabled Children: The Colombian Context / ǂr Marisol Moreno Angarita and Susan L. Gabel -- ǂg Ch. 14. ǂt Inclusive Education and School Choice: Democratic Rights in a Devolved System / ǂr Liz Gordon and Missy Morton -- ǂg Ch. 15. ǂt Private Troubles or Public Issues? The Social Construction of "The Disabled Baby"in the Context of Social Policy and Social and Technological Changes / ǂr Dora S. Bjarnason -- ǂg Ch. 16. ǂt Czech Republic: Empowerment of D(/d)eaf Community through Education (1945-2006) / ǂr Jitka Sinecka -- ǂg Ch. 17. ǂt Reframing Global Education from a Disability Rights Movement Perspective / ǂr Susan Peters, Kimberly Wolbers and Lisa Dimling -- ǂg Ch. 18. ǂt Model for Policy Activism / ǂr Susan L. Gabel -- ǂg Sect. III. ǂt Theorizing Disability -- ǂg Ch. 19. ǂt "I Got Trouble with My Reading": An Emerging Literacy / ǂr Tanya Titchkosky -- ǂg Ch. 20. ǂt Deleuze, Guattari, and the Boundaries of Intellectual Disability / ǂr Anna C. Hickey-Moody -- ǂg Ch. 21. ǂt Taking Exception: Discourses of Exceptionality and the Invocation of the "Ideal" / ǂr Valerie Harwood and Nici Hymphry -- ǂg Ch. 22. ǂt Using Metaphors to Research the Cultural and Ideological Construction of Disability / ǂr Scot Danforth -- ǂg Ch. 23. ǂt Double Trouble: Disability and Disability Studies in Education / ǂr Rod Michalko -- ǂg Ch. 24. ǂt Cartographies of Eugenics and Special Education: A History ofthe (Ab)normal / ǂr Phil Smith -- ǂg Ch. 25. ǂt Caring Power and Disabled Children: The Rise of the Educational Elan in Europe, in Particular in Belgium and the Netherlands / ǂr Annemieke van Drenth -- ǂg Ch. 26. ǂt Not So Strange Bedfellows: The Promise of Disability Studies and Critical Race Theory / ǂr David J. Connor -- ǂg Ch. 27. ǂt Disability Studies and Psychology: Emancipatory Opportunities / ǂr Dan Goodley and Rebecca Lawthom -- ǂg Ch. 28. ǂt Comparison: Difference, Dependency, and Stigmatization in Special Education and Disability Studies / ǂr Kathryn Young and Emily Mintz -- ǂg Sect. IV. ǂt Higher Education -- ǂg Ch. 29. ǂt Disability in the German, Swiss, and Austrian Higher Education Systems / ǂr Justin J.W. Powell, Kai Felkendorff and Judith Hollenweger -- ǂg Ch. 30. ǂt Reasonable Adjustments Duty for Higher Education in England and Wales / ǂr Kim Marshall -- ǂg Ch. 31. ǂt Moving in from the Margins: From Accommodation to Universal Design / ǂr Sheryl Burgstahler and Rebecca Cory -- ǂg Ch. 32. ǂt Adapting Disability Studies within Teacher Education in Singapore / ǂr Levan Lim, Thana Thaver and Kenneth Poon -- ǂg Ch. 33. ǂt Disability Narratives, Social Models, and Rights Perspectives as Higher Education Imperatives / ǂr Christopher Johnstone, Alex Lubet and Leonard Goldfine
Control code
190785245
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xx, 667 p.
Isbn
9780820488943
Lccn
2008000240
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
(OCoLC)190785245

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