Semiotics and Dis/Ability: Interrogating Categories of Difference (Cultural Studies)
This book brings together a unique collection of personal narratives and summaries of studies that problematize existing meanings of disability and difference. Using applied semiotics as an analytical lens, the contributors examine the ways that these labels are socially and culturally constructed. Contributors include anthropologists, teacher educators, special educators, disability studies scholars, educational psychologists, American Sign Language instructors, semioticians, school psychologists, linguists, and parents. Each author was asked to examine his or her experience(s) and consider the markers of lives that are considered different."
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|Publisher||State University of New York Press|
|Number Of Pages||287|
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