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Title Handbook of communication and people with disabilities : research and application / edited by Dawn O. Braithwaite, Teresa L. Thompson.
Imprint Mahwah, N.J. : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, [2000]
©2000

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Series LEA's communication series
LEA's communication series. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n93123409
Subject People with disabilities -- Means of communication -- United States.
Sociology of disability -- United States.
Communication in services for people with disabilities -- United States.
Communication devices for people with disabilities -- United States.
Disabled Persons.
Communication.
Communication Aids for Disabled.
United States.
Alt Name Braithwaite, Dawn O.
Thompson, Teresa L.
NetLibrary, Inc.
Description xviii, 555 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
polychrome rdacc http://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDAColourContent/1003
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Boulder, Colo. : NetLibrary, 2000. Available via the World Wide Web. Available in multiple electronic file formats. Access may be limited to NetLibrary affiliated libraries.
ISBN 0585180423 (electronic bk.) : $125.00
0805830596 (cloth : alk. paper)
OCLC # 44963953
Additional Format Original (DLC) 99029094 (OCoLC)41224070.
Table of Contents
 Preface 
 Contributors 
 Introduction: A History of Communication and Disability Research: The Way We Were / Teresa L. Thompson 
IInterpersonal and Relationship Issues 
 1Communication and the Management of Dialectical Tensions in the Personal Relationships of People With Disabilities / Dawn O. Braithwaite, Lynn M. Harter 
 2Society, Sexuality, and Disabled/Ablebodied Romantic Relationships / Sally A. Nemeth 
 3Embodiment and Dis-Embodiment: Identity Trans-Formation of Persons With Physical Disabilities / Thuy-Phuong Do, Patricia Geist 
 4Help Between Persons With and Without Disabilities From a Resource Theory Perspective / Kari P. Soule, Michael E. Roloff 
 5Opening Up Spaces for Difference Via a Feminist Phenomenological Approach to Disability / S. Marie Westhaver 
IIPeople with Disabilities in Organizational Settings 
 6Effective Communication to Enhance Special Education / Ida Malian, Ann Nevin 
 7Communication and Students With Disabilities on College Campuses / David W. Worley 
 8What Is Reasonable? Workplace Communication and People Who Are Disabled / Audra L. Colvert, John W. Smith 
 9Communication Strategies in Employment Interviews for Applicants With Disabilities / Kelly P. Herold 
 10Disability and Culture: Effects on Multicultural Relations in Modern Organizations / Gary L. Kreps 
IIIDisability and Culture 
 11Interability Communication: Theoretical Perspectives [et al.] / Susan A. Fox, Howard Giles, Mark P. Orbe 
 12Negotiating Personal Identities Among People With and Without Identified Disabilities: The Role of Identity Management / Gerianne Merrigan 
 13Intercultural Views of People With Disabilities in Asia and Africa / Miho Iwakuma, Jon F. Nussbaum 
 14Deaf Activists in the Rhetorical Transformation of the Construct of Disability / Kara Shultz 
IVMedia and Technologies 
 15If They Limp, They Lead? News Representations and the Hierarchy of Disability Images / Beth Haller 
 16Film Images of People With Disabilities / Kim Wolfson, Martin F. Norden 
 17Invisible No More: Advertising and People With Disabilities / Olan Farnall 
 18The Uses and Abuses of Computer-Mediated Communication for People With Disabilities / Susan Anne Fox 
VCommunication Issues as they Impact Specific Types of Disabilities 
 19Reducing Uncertainty Through Communication During Adjustment to Disability: Living With Spinal Cord Injury / Roxanne Parrott, Tricia Stuart, Adrian Bennett Cairns 
 20When the Deaf and the Hearing Interact: Communication Features, Relationships, and Disability Issues / Anne McIntosh 
 21Sighting Sound/Sounding Sight: The "Violence" of Deaf-Hearing Communication / Heidi M. Rose, Andrew R. Smith 
 22Communication and the Blind or Visually Impaired / John W. Smith, Krishna P. Kandath 
 23Invisible Disability / Cynthia K. Matthews, Nancy Grant Harrington 
 24Communicating With Persons Who Stutter: Perceptions and Strategies / Bryan B. Whaley, Mindi Ann Golden 
 25Children and Adults Who Experience Difficulty With Speech / Mary Ann Romski, Rose A. Sevcik 
 26Overcoming Loss of Voice / Al Weitzel 
 27Interpersonal Roulette and HIV/AIDS as Disability: Stigma and Social Support in Tension / Rebecca J. Cline, Nelya J. McKenzie 
 28The Margins of Communication: Coping With Adult Dementia / Joachim Knuf 
VISetting a Future Agenda for Communication and Disability Research 
 29Communication and Disability Research: A Productive Past and a Bright Future / Dawn O. Braithwaite, Teresa L. Thompson 
 Author Index 
 Subject Index 


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