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Emnekode: SPE1008/1

Semester: Vår
Antall studenter: 15
Kull:  2017
Emne ansvarlig: Florian Kiuppis

Obligatorisk litteratur- Trykt (ikke kompendiuminnhold)

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Adams, R., Reiss, B. & Serlin, D. (2015). Keywords for Disability Studies. New York City: NYU Press.

Kompendium (Obligatorisk pensum)

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Baglieri, S., Bejoian, L.M., Broderick, A.A., Connor, D.J., Valle, J. (2011) [Re]Claiming ‘Inclusive Education’ toward cohesion in educational reform: Disability Studies unravels the myth of the normal child. Teachers College Record, vol. 113, No. 10, 2122–2154 (32 p)

Bickenbach, J.E. (2012) The international classification of functioning, disability and health and its relationship to disability studies. In: N. Watson, A. Roulestone and C. Thomas (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Disability Studies (s. 51-66). London: Routledge (15 p)

Bogdan, R., & Taylor, S. J. (1989) Relationships with severely disabled people: The social construction of humanness. Social problems, 36(2), 135-148 (13 p)

Davis, L.J.  (2002) Bodies of Difference: Politics, Disability, and Representation. In: B.J. Brueggemann, S.L. Snyder, R. Garland-Thomson (eds.) Disability Studies: Enabling the Humanities (s. 100-106). New York: Modern Language Association (6 p)

Dybwad, Rosemary F.  (1990). [Part VI: Human Rights]. In R.F. Dybwad (1990). Perspectives on a Parent Movement – The Revolt of Parents of Children with Intellectual Disabilities. Brookline Books (26 p)

Garland-Thomson, R. (2005). Feminist disability studies. Signs: The Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 30(2), 1557-1587  (10 p)

Goffman, E. (2006). Selections from Stigma. In L.J. Davis (ed.) The Disability Studies Reader (s. 131-140). Routledge (10 p)

Goodley, D. (2011). Education: Inclusive Disability Studies. In D. Goodley, Disability Studies – An interdisciplinary introduction (s. 138-156). London: SAGE (18 p)

Hunt, P. (1966). A Critical Condition. In P. Hunt (Ed.), Stigma – The Experience of Disability (s. 145-159). London: Geoffrey Chapman (15 p)

Kleege, G. (1999). [Introduction & Part i: Blindness and Culture, chapters 1 and 2]. In G. Kleege, Sight Unseen (s. 1-66). New Haven & London: Yale University Press (72 p)

Roulestone, A. (2012) Disabled people, work and employment. In: N. Watson, A. Roulestone and C. Thomas (eds.), Routledge Handbook of Disability Studies. London: Routledge (13 p)

Shakespeare, T. (2014). Materialist approaches to disability (incl. Introduction). In T. Shakespeare. Disability Rights and Wrongs Revisited (pp. 1-46). London and New York: Routledge (45 p)

Shakespeare, T. & Watson, N. (2002) The social model of disability: an outdated ideology? In: B.M. Altman and S.N. Barnartt (eds.), Exploring theories and expanding methodologies : Where we are and where we need to go (p. 9-28) (Research in Social Science and Disability Volume 2) (19 p)

Thomas, C. (2003) Developing the social relational in the social model of disability: a theoretical agenda. In: C. Barnes & G. Mercer (eds.), Implementing the social model of disability: theory and research. Leeds: The Disability Press (15 p)

Traustadóttir, Rannveig & Kristjana Kristiansen (2004). Introducing gender and disability. In: K. Kristiansen & R. Traustadóttir (eds.), Gender and Disability Research in the Nordic Countries (s. 31-48). Lund: Studentlitteratur (18 p)

World Health Organization (2001)International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (Introduction) (23 p)

Obligatorisk litteratur – åpne nettressurser og e-ressurser fra HINN Lillehammers databaser. Trykk på lenke for å få tilgang til litteraturen

Baril, A., & Leblanc, C. (2014). Needing to Acquire a Physical Impairment/Disability: (Re) Thinking the Connections between Trans and Disability Studies through Transability. Hypatia, 30(1), 30-48 (19 p)

Carrick, S. (2014) Anatomy as Spectacle: Public Exhibitions of the Body from 1700 to the Present by Elizabeth Stephens (review)Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies, 8(1), 117-120 (3 p)

Choo, H. Y., & Ferree, M. M. (2010) Practicing Intersectionality in Sociological Research: A Critical Analysis of Inclusions, Interactions, and Institutions in the Study of Inequalities. Sociological Theory, 28(2), 129-149 (20 p)

Goodley, D. (2013). Dis/entangling critical disability studies. Disability & Society, 28(5), 631-644 (13 p)

Imrie, R. (2013). Shared Space and the Post-politics of Environmental ChangeUrban Studies, 50(16), 3446-3462 (16 p)

Leonardi, M., Bickenbach, J.E., Üstün, T.B., Kostanjsek, N. and Chatterji, S. (2006) The definition of disability: What's in a name? The Lancet 368 (9543) (2 p)

Lid, I.M. (2014). Universal Design and disability: an interdisciplinary perspectiveDisability & Rehabilitation, 36(16), 1344-1349 (6 p)

McRuer, R. (2006). Introduction: Compulsory Ablebodiedness and Queer/Disabled Existence. In R. McRuer, Crip Theory: Cultural Signs of Queerness and Disability. New York: New York University Press (32 p)

Mitchell, D.T. (2013) Disability and Difference in Global Contexts: Enabling a Transformative Body Politic by Nirmala Erevelles (review)Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies,7(3), 349-354 (5 p)

Nishida, A., & Fine, M. (2014). Creating Classrooms of and for Activism at the Intersections of Class, Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Disability. Multicultural Perspectives, 16(1), 8-11 (3 p)

Price, M. (2011). “Her Pronouns Wax and Wane”: Mental Disability, Autobiography, and Counter-Diagnosis”. In M. Price, Mad at School – Rhetorics of Mental Disability and Academic Life. Michigan: University of Michigan Press (19 p)

Scambler, G. (2004) Re-framing stigma: Felt and enacted stigma and challenges to the sociology of chronic and disabling conditionsSocial Theory and Health  2(1) (17 p)

Scotch, R. K. (2001). From Good Will to Civil Rights / The Genesis of Section 504. In R. K. Scotch, From Good Will to Civil Rights (s. 15-40, 41-59) (2nd edition). Philadelphia: Temple University Press (45 p)

Solvang, Per (2000): The emergence of an us and them discourse in disability theory. Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research, vol. 2, 2000 (15 p)

Thomas, C. (2004) How is disability understood? An examination of sociological approachesDisability & Society, vol. 19, No. 6, 569-583 (14 p)

UN (2006) Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities (25 p)

Vandekinderen, C., Roets, G., & Van Hove, G. (2014). The Researcher and the Beast Uncovering Processes of Othering and Becoming Animal in Research Ventures in the Field of Critical Disability StudiesQualitative Inquiry, 20(3), 296-316 (20 p)

Vehmas, S., & Watson, N. (2014). Moral wrongs, disadvantages, and disability: a critique of critical disability studiesDisability & Society, 29(4), 638-650 (12 p)

Wolbring, G., & Burke, B. (2013). Reflecting on education for sustainable development through two lenses: Ability studies and disability studies. Sustainability, 5(6), 2327-2342 (15 p)

Yang, C. (2013). Being independent from whom? Analysing two interpretations in the paradigm of ‘independent living’Disability & Society, 1-14 (13 p)

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