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Winks, Blinks, Squints and Twitches: Looking for Disability and Culture Through My Son’s Left Eye
Education Faculty Books and Book Chapters
  • Philip M. Ferguson, Chapman University
Description
This chapter focuses on the culture and human experience of having an intellectual disability.
ISBN
9789044113945
Publication Date
1-1-2003
Publisher
Garant/Coronet Books
Keywords
  • disabilities,
  • disability services,
  • Human services,
  • disability culture
Comments

In P. Devlieger, F. Rusch, & D. Pfeiffer (Eds.), Rethinking Disability: The Emergence of New Definitions, Concepts and Communities. Dr. Ferguson's chapter begins on page 131.

This text is only partially available through the link provided; some pages are not included.

This chapter was also published as an article in 2001 in Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research; a copy of that article may be read here.

Copyright
Garant/Coronet Books
Citation Information
Ferguson, P. M. (2003). Winks, blinks, squints and twitches: Looking for disability and culture through my son’s left eye. In P. Devlieger, F. Rusch, & D. Pfeiffer (Eds.), Rethinking disability: The emergence of new definitions, concepts and communities (pp. 131-147). Philadelphia: Garant/Coronet Books.