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245 00 Handbook of communication and people with disabilities :
       |bresearch and application /|cedited by Dawn O. 
       Braithwaite, Teresa L. Thompson. 
264  1 Mahwah, N.J. :|bLawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers,
264  4 |c©2000 
300    xviii, 555 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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490 1  LEA's communication series 
504    Includes bibliographical references and indexes. 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bBoulder, Colo. :|cNetLibrary,
       |d2000.|nAvailable via the World Wide Web.|nAvailable in 
       multiple electronic file formats.|nAccess may be limited 
       to NetLibrary affiliated libraries. 
650  0 People with disabilities|xMeans of communication|0http://|zUnited States.
650  0 Sociology of disability|0
       subjects/sh90000599|zUnited States.|0
650  0 Communication in services for people with disabilities
       |zUnited States.|0
650  0 Communication devices for people with disabilities|0http:/
650  4 Sociology of disability|zUnited States. 
650  4 Handicapped|xMeans of communication|zUnited States. 
650  4 Communication devices for the disabled|zUnited States. 
650  4 Communication in services for the handicapped|zUnited 
650 12 Disabled Persons.|0 
651  2 United States.|0 
650 22 Communication.|0 
650 22 Communication Aids for Disabled.|0
655  7 Electronic books.|2local 
700 1  Braithwaite, Dawn O.|0
700 1  Thompson, Teresa L.|0
710 2  NetLibrary, Inc.|0
776 1  |cOriginal|w(DLC) 99029094|w(OCoLC)41224070. 
830  0 LEA's communication series.|0
970 01 |tPreface 
970 01 |tContributors 
970 11 |tIntroduction: A History of Communication and Disability 
       Research: The Way We Were|cTeresa L. Thompson|fThompson, 
       Teresa L 
970 11 |lI|tInterpersonal and Relationship Issues 
970 12 |l1|tCommunication and the Management of Dialectical 
       Tensions in the Personal Relationships of People With 
       Disabilities|cDawn O. Braithwaite|fBraithwaite, Dawn O.
       |cLynn M. Harter|fHarter, Lynn M 
970 12 |l2|tSociety, Sexuality, and Disabled/Ablebodied Romantic 
       Relationships|cSally A. Nemeth|fNemeth, Sally A 
970 12 |l3|tEmbodiment and Dis-Embodiment: Identity Trans-
       Formation of Persons With Physical Disabilities|cThuy-
       Phuong Do|fDo, Thuy-Phuong|cPatricia Geist|fGeist, 
970 12 |l4|tHelp Between Persons With and Without Disabilities 
       From a Resource Theory Perspective|cKari P. Soule|fSoule, 
       Kari P.|cMichael E. Roloff|fRoloff, Michael E 
970 12 |l5|tOpening Up Spaces for Difference Via a Feminist 
       Phenomenological Approach to Disability|cS. Marie 
       Westhaver|fWesthaver, S. Marie 
970 11 |lII|tPeople with Disabilities in Organizational Settings 
970 12 |l6|tEffective Communication to Enhance Special Education
       |cIda Malian|fMalian, Ida|cAnn Nevin|fNevin, Ann 
970 12 |l7|tCommunication and Students With Disabilities on 
       College Campuses|cDavid W. Worley|fWorley, David W 
970 12 |l8|tWhat Is Reasonable? Workplace Communication and 
       People Who Are Disabled|cAudra L. Colvert|fColvert, Audra 
       L.|cJohn W. Smith|fSmith, John W 
970 12 |l9|tCommunication Strategies in Employment Interviews for
       Applicants With Disabilities|cKelly P. Herold|fHerold, 
       Kelly P 
970 12 |l10|tDisability and Culture: Effects on Multicultural 
       Relations in Modern Organizations|cGary L. Kreps|fKreps, 
       Gary L 
970 11 |lIII|tDisability and Culture 
970 12 |l11|tInterability Communication: Theoretical Perspectives
       |cSusan A. Fox|fFox, Susan A.|cHoward Giles|fGiles, 
       Howard.|cMark P. Orbe|fOrbe, Mark P.|d[et al.] 
970 12 |l12|tNegotiating Personal Identities Among People With 
       and Without Identified Disabilities: The Role of Identity 
       Management|cGerianne Merrigan|fMerrigan, Gerianne 
970 12 |l13|tIntercultural Views of People With Disabilities in 
       Asia and Africa|cMiho Iwakuma|fIwakuma, Miho|cJon F. 
       Nussbaum|fNussbaum, Jon F 
970 12 |l14|tDeaf Activists in the Rhetorical Transformation of 
       the Construct of Disability|cKara Shultz|fShultz, Kara 
970 11 |lIV|tMedia and Technologies 
970 12 |l15|tIf They Limp, They Lead? News Representations and 
       the Hierarchy of Disability Images|cBeth Haller|fHaller, 
970 12 |l16|tFilm Images of People With Disabilities|cKim Wolfson
       |fWolfson, Kim|cMartin F. Norden|fNorden, Martin F., 1951-
970 12 |l17|tInvisible No More: Advertising and People With 
       Disabilities|cOlan Farnall|fFarnall, Olan 
970 12 |l18|tThe Uses and Abuses of Computer-Mediated 
       Communication for People With Disabilities|cSusan Anne Fox
       |fFox, Susan Anne 
970 11 |lV|tCommunication Issues as they Impact Specific Types of
970 12 |l19|tReducing Uncertainty Through Communication During 
       Adjustment to Disability: Living With Spinal Cord Injury
       |cRoxanne Parrott|fParrott, Roxanne.|cTricia Stuart
       |fStuart, Tricia|cAdrian Bennett Cairns|fCairns, Adrian 
970 12 |l20|tWhen the Deaf and the Hearing Interact: 
       Communication Features, Relationships, and Disability 
       Issues|cAnne McIntosh|fMcIntosh, Anne 
970 12 |l21|tSighting Sound/Sounding Sight: The "Violence" of 
       Deaf-Hearing Communication|cHeidi M. Rose|fRose, Heidi M.
       |cAndrew R. Smith|fSmith, Andrew R 
970 12 |l22|tCommunication and the Blind or Visually Impaired
       |cJohn W. Smith|fSmith, John W.|cKrishna P. Kandath
       |fKandath, Krishna P 
970 12 |l23|tInvisible Disability|cCynthia K. Matthews|fMatthews,
       Cynthia K.|cNancy Grant Harrington|fHarrington, Nancy 
970 12 |l24|tCommunicating With Persons Who Stutter: Perceptions 
       and Strategies|cBryan B. Whaley|fWhaley, Bryan B.|cMindi 
       Ann Golden|fGolden, Mindi Ann 
970 12 |l25|tChildren and Adults Who Experience Difficulty With 
       Speech|cMary Ann Romski|fRomski, Mary Ann, 1952-|cRose A. 
       Sevcik|fSevcik, Rose A 
970 12 |l26|tOvercoming Loss of Voice|cAl Weitzel|fWeitzel, Al 
970 12 |l27|tInterpersonal Roulette and HIV/AIDS as Disability: 
       Stigma and Social Support in Tension|cRebecca J. Cline
       |fCline, Rebecca J.|cNelya J. McKenzie|fMcKenzie, Nelya J 
970 12 |l28|tThe Margins of Communication: Coping With Adult 
       Dementia|cJoachim Knuf|fKnuf, Joachim 
970 11 |lVI|tSetting a Future Agenda for Communication and 
       Disability Research 
970 12 |l29|tCommunication and Disability Research: A Productive 
       Past and a Bright Future|cDawn O. Braithwaite|fBraithwaite,
       Dawn O.|cTeresa L. Thompson|fThompson, Teresa L 
970 01 |tAuthor Index 
970 01 |tSubject Index 
971    |d20000410 
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