in an Ableist World
Essays on Mass Media
Nonfiction by Beth A. Haller, Ph.D.
Towson University journalism professor Beth A. Haller's 20 years of research into disability and mass media inform this one-of-a-kind collection on advertising, news, entertainment television, film and Internet new media. Ideal for disability studies students and researchers as well as disability activists.
213 pp. Softcover. | $24.95 | ISBN: 0-9721189-3-4
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The Disability Rag
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on fully-searchable CD-ROM
Now collected on a fully-searchable CD-ROM -- thousands of articles, letters, news stories, fiction and poetry.Perfect for disability studies programs, for organizations, for schools and universities, for public libraries -- or your home library. MORE.
CD-ROM | ASCII | $299.00 | Copyright 1980-1996
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- Do It Right!
Your all-in-one how-to guide: Tips, techniques & handouts for a successful Awareness Day from the Ragged Edge Online community
Handbook edited by Mary Johnson.
Short, easy-to-read chapters show you how to carry out 6 specific types of activities, how to handle follow-up discussion and even how to spur social change. MORE.
128 pp.Large-format paperback (8.5" x 11"). | ASCII | $19.95 | ISBN 0972118918 | Copyright 2006
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A Profile of a Futures Planning Group
Compiled by Betty Atherton and Julie Shaw Cole.
Edited by Julie Shaw Cole.
Betty was up against the wall of her son's disabilities. Organizations and agencies in her community hadn't responded to her repeated pleas for support. She had knocked on every door and was about to give up when she found Jo Ann Boyle. Jo Ann had new ideas -- and new ways to realize them. MORE.
236 pp. Paperback. | $20.00 | ISBN-13: 978-09721189-2-7 | Copyright 2008
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