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Posted by on May 13, 2019 in Student Paper, Student Submission |

Final Paper – Introduction to Disability Studies

Angelica Civetta Final Paper Professor Maybee Introduction to Disability Studies DST 200 Imagine feeling as though you are at a constant disadvantage in a world which is designed for someone else. In an ableist society, non-disabled individuals are considered the standard for the “normal” way of living, which excludes people with disabilities. People with disabilities… Continue Reading Final Paper – Introduction to Disability Studies

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Posted by on Jan 30, 2019 in Student Paper, Student Submission |

Peer rehabilitation leadership for empowerment

By Jennifer Feng   For the past century, disability advocacy and disability advancement have led to an immense burgeoning of civil rights dialogue, civil rights activism, and even legislative reform based on the revolutionary movements and values which have been brought about as a result. Much of the results that have stemmed from these activist-based… Continue Reading Peer rehabilitation leadership for empowerment

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Posted by on Jan 16, 2019 in Student Paper, Student Submission |

Literature Review on Universal Design and Academic Libraries

Linda Yau DSSV 617 Dr. Sheryl Burgstahler CUNY SPS Fall 2017 Revised January 2019 Abstract Within the academic library, there are standards in higher education to support learning and scholarship. The library has ongoing influences from a changing patron base and significant advancement in technology. How do the Universal Design (UD) principles and their various… Continue Reading Literature Review on Universal Design and Academic Libraries

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Posted by on Jan 15, 2019 in Student Paper, Student Submission |

Cultural interpretations among Asian views of disability

By Jennifer Feng Disability identity is a multilayered and complex phenomenon.  It not only entails examining the medical facets of functioning, but it also explores historical and sociocultural roots of what makes disability unique. In modern day society, racial and cultural considerations often surround and pervade how one’s disability experience ought to be or how… Continue Reading Cultural interpretations among Asian views of disability

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