Handbook of Communication and People with Disabilities: Research and Application / Edition 1by Dawn O. Braithwaite
Pub. Date: 01/01/2000
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
This Handbook represents the first comprehensive collection of research on communication and people with disabilities. The editors have brought together original contributions focusing on the identity, social, and relationship adjustments faced by people with disabilities and those with whom they relate. Essays report on topics across the communication/i>… See more details below
This Handbook represents the first comprehensive collection of research on communication and people with disabilities. The editors have brought together original contributions focusing on the identity, social, and relationship adjustments faced by people with disabilities and those with whom they relate. Essays report on topics across the communication spectruminterpersonal and relationship issues, people with disabilities in organizational settings, disability and culture, media and technologies, communication issues as they impact specific types of disabilitiesand establish a future agenda for communication and disability research. Each chapter provides a state-of-the-art literature review, practical applications of the material, and keywords and discussion questions to facilitate classroom use.
In providing an outlet for current research on communication and disability issues, this unique collection contributes to the lives of people with and without disabilities, helping them to improve their own communication and relationships. Intended for readers in communication, psychology, sociology, rehabilitation, social work, special education, gerontology, and related disciplines, this handbook is certain to augment further theory and research, as well as offer insights for both personal and professional relationships.
Table of Contents
Contents: Preface. T.L. Thompson, Introduction: A History of Communication and Disability Research: The Way We Were. Part I: Interpersonal and Relationship Issues. D.O. Braithwaite, L.M. Harter, Communication and the Management of Dialectical Tensions in the Personal Relationships of People With Disabilities. S.A. Nemeth, Society, Sexuality, and Disabled/Ablebodied Romantic Relationships. T-P. Do, P. Geist, Embodiment and Dis-Embodiment: Identity Trans-Formation of Persons With Physical Disabilities. K.P. Soule, M.E. Roloff, Help Between Persons With and Without Disabilities From a Resource Theory Perspective. S.M. Westhaver, Opening Up Spaces for Difference Via a Feminist Phenomenological Approach to Disability. Part II: People With Disabilities in Organizational Settings. I. Malian, A. Nevin, Effective Communication to Enhance Special Education. D.W. Worley, Communication and Students With Disabilities on College Campuses. A.L. Colvert, J.W. Smith, What Is Reasonable? Workplace Communication and People Who Are Disabled. K.P. Herold, Communication Strategies in Employment Interviews for Applicants With Disabilities. G.L. Kreps, Disability and Culture: Effects on Multicultural Relations in Modern Organizations. Part III: Disability and Culture. S.A. Fox, H. Giles, M.P. Orbe, R.Y. Bourhis, Interability Communication: Theoretical Perspectives. G. Merrigan, Negotiating Personal Identities Among People With and Without Identified Disabilities: The Role of Identity Management. M. Iwakuma, J.F. Nussbaum, Intercultural Views of People With Disabilities in Asia and Africa. K. Shultz, Deaf Activists in the Rhetorical Transformation of the Construct of Disability. Part IV: Media and Technologies. B. Haller, If They Limp, They Lead? News Representations and the Hierarchy of Disability Images. K. Wolfson, M.F. Norden, Film Images of People With Disabilities. O. Farnall, Invisible No More: Advertising and People With Disabilities. S.A. Fox, The Uses and Abuses of Computer-Mediated Communication in People With Disabilities. Part V: Communication Issues as They Impact Specific Types of Disabilities. R. Parrott, T. Stuart, A.B. Cairns, Reducing Uncertainty Through Communication During Adjustment to Disability: Living With Spinal Cord Injury. A. McIntosh, When the Deaf and Hearing Interact: Communication Features, Relationships, and Disability Issues. H.M. Rose, A.R. Smith, Sighting Sound/Sounding Sight: The "Violence" of Deaf-Hearing Communication. J.W. Smith, K.P. Kandath, Communication and the Blind or Visually Impaired. C.K. Matthews, N.G. Harrington, Invisible Disability. B.B. Whaley, M.A. Golden, Communicating With Persons Who Stutter: Perceptions and Strategies. M.A. Romski, R.A. Sevcik, Children and Adults Who Experience Difficulty With Speech. A. Weitzel, Overcoming Loss of Voice. R.J. Cline, N.J. McKenzie, Interpersonal Roulette and HIV/AIDS as Disability: Stigma and Social Support in Tension. J. Knuf, The Margins of Communication: Coping With Adult Dementia. Part VI: Setting a Future Agenda for Communication and Disability Research. D.O. Braithwaite, T.L. Thompson, Communication and Disability Research: A Productive Past and a Bright Future.
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