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Communication and Disability

The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is communication and disability.


Six Superlative Sources

· Braithwaite, D.O., and T.L. Thompson. Handbook of Communication and People with Disabilities: Research and Application. Erlbaum. 2000.

· Goffman, E. Stigma: Notes on the Management of Spoiled Identity. Prentice Hall. 1963.

· Braithwaite, D.O. From Majority to Minority: An Analysis of Cultural Change from Ablebodied to Disabled. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, v. 14, 465-483. 1990.

· Dahnke, G. Communication between Handicapped and Nonhandicapped Persons: Toward a Deductive Theory. In M. Burgoon (ed.), Communication Yearbook 6, pp. 92-135. Sage, 1982.

· Thompson, T.L., and D.R. Seibold. Stigma Management in "Normal"-Stigmatized Interaction: A Test of the Disclosure Hypothesis and a Model of Stigma Acceptance. Human Communication Research, v. 4, 229-242. 1978.

· Fox, S.A., and H. Giles. "Let the wheelchair through!": An intergroup approach to interability communication. In W.P. Robinson (Ed.), Social psychology and social identity: Festschrift in honor of Henri Taifel (pp. 215-248). Oxford: Butterworth Heinmann.

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