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Letters to Alex: The Genesis of Frida Kahlo's Voice on Disability Experience
Frida Kahlo has presently emerged to become one of the most prominent icons of the twentieth century. There are numerous resources available on the subject of Frida Kahlo. They range in content and variety from books and ...
Self-Determination and Community Life in Persons with Intellectual Disabilities
Personal self-determination has been understood as being a causal and conscious agent in one’s life free from unnecessary external influence or interference. This has been influential in intellectual disability (ID) discourse ...
Siblings with Disabilities: A Duoethnography on the Intersections Between a Sibling Relationship and Disability.
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2016-07)
A growing body of research examines the intersections between sibling relationships and disability. However, much of this research focuses on non-disabled siblings and how the disabled sibling affects them, thereby continuing ...