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Portraying Persons with Disabilities

An Annotated Bibliography of Fiction for Children and Teenagers (Serving Special Needs Series)

by Debra Robertson

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  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Libraries Unlimited .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bibliographies, catalogues, discographies,
  • Disability: social aspects,
  • Library Services For Children,
  • Bibliographies Of Juvenile Literature,
  • Reference,
  • Young adult fiction,
  • Literary Criticism,
  • Bibliographies & Indexes,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines / Library & Information Science,
  • Bibliography,
  • Children"s Literature - General,
  • Children"s stories,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • People with disabilities

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages500
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8190880M
    ISBN 100835230236
    ISBN 109780835230230

    We created this list of the 30 best book, movie, and TV characters on the autism spectrum. While some of these characters have been confirmed as autistic by their writers or creators, others are pure speculation. We’ve been careful to include only characters that many in the autism community claim as their own. Physical limitations can make life more challenging, but these movies show characters with disabilities finding ways to live the lives they want. Stories about characters with physical difficulties can help build understanding, compassion, and tolerance among viewers who don't face those challenges -- as well as give those who do a chance to.

    Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) that was adopted by the General Assembly on 13 December As of July , it has signatories and parties, which makes it one of the most ratified treaties in the human rights system. This book is one of the first publications that attempts to Cited by: 1. advantage of the vulnerabilities of older persons. Unintentional (or inadvertent) ageism – ideas, attitudes, rules or practices that are carried out without the perpetrator’s awareness that they are biased against persons or groups based on their older age. All four types of ageism can be found in the media and marketing today. Chapter 4File Size: 65KB.

    Disability in Children's Literature. Although there is a lack of empirical studies which show how children respond to books that feature characters with disabilities, many educational researchers have evaluated children's books for the representations of disability that appear in them (Prater, ).Cited by: 5. Guest post: Michael Szporluk, DRO Board member On Sunday evening a packed audience watched the Artist Repertory Theater’s performance of Teenage Dick. I’d been given a head’s up by Disability Rights Oregon, where I’m a board member, that the show may be of interest for its casting choices. Two of the actors, including the lead role, Continue Reading Challenging Shakespeare’s.


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Portraying Persons with Disabilities: An Annotated Bibliography of Nonfiction for Children and Teenagers (Serving Special Needs Series). Portrayal of Disabilities in Caldecott Books Tina T.

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Get this from a library. Portraying persons with disabilities: an annotated bibliography of nonfiction for children and teenagers. [Joan Brest Friedberg; June B Mullins; Adelaide Weir Sukiennik] -- An annotated bibliography of nonfiction for children and teenagers.-Title page.

illnesses" and "Physical and Mental Portraying Persons with Disabilities book Hecker, Helen. Children's Disability Bookstore Catalog. Vancouver, WA: Twin Peaks Press. Quicke, John. Disability in Modern Children's Fiction. Cambridge, MA: Brookline Books.

Robertson, Debra. Portraying Persons with Disabilities. An Annotated Bibliography of Fiction for. Portraying Persons with Disabilities: An Annotated Bibliography of Fiction for Children and Teenagers by Debra Robertson A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name.

Portraying persons with disabilities: an annotated bibliography of fiction for children and teenagers. Disability on film is fraught with danger for filmmakers.

From the portrayal of the victimized, invalided “cripple” or a romanticised and heroic cliché of triumph above adversity, both pictures painted can often be exploitative and alienating; especially to the people with disabilities whose lives filmmakers are attempting to convey, hopefully with a degree of sincerity.

Portraying the Disabled. New York: R. Bowker. Blaska, Joan K. Using Children’s Literature to Learn About Disabilities and Illness. 2nd ed. Troy, NY: Educator’s International Press. Boiesen, Heidi Cortner, ed. Outstanding Books for Young People with Disabilities IBBY Documentation Centre of Books for Disabled Young People.

The researchers identified 31 Newbery Award and Honor books from – that portrayed 41 main or supporting characters with disabilities. They rated each book on the quality of its Author: Courtney D. Smith. Portraying persons with disabilities: an annotated bibliography of nonfiction for children and teenagers / Joan Brest Friedberg, June B.

Mullins, Adelaide Weir Sukiennik. Format Book Edition 2nd ed. Published New Providence, N.J.: Bowker, c Description xiii, p. ; 24 cm. Other contributors. Films: Portrayals of People with Disabilities The ways in which individuals and groups are portrayed in popular media can have a profound effect on how they are viewed by society at large.

This tool represents an attempt to catalogue the representation of people with disabilities in motion pictures. This selective annotated bibliography includes more than fiction titles that promote acceptance and understanding of the disabled.

A continuation of Bowker's "Notes from a Different Drummer" and "More Notes from a Different Drummer," "Portraying Persons with Disabilities" (Fiction) covers books written for an audience ranging from children to young adults--and encompasses genres Author: Melissa Grafe.

be gotten rid of, hence portraying people with disabilities as burdens in society objectifies, dehumanizes, and negates the values and con-tributions of people with disabilities. A prime example in this category is Laura in A Glass Menagerie.

Person with a disability as asexual. Simply stated, people with. Portraying persons with disabilities: an annotated bibliography of fiction for children and teenagers / Debra E.J. Robertson. Format Book Edition 3rd ed. Published New Providence, N.J.: R.R. Bowker, c Description xv, p.

; 24 cm. Series Serving special needs series Notes Includes indexes. Portraying Persons with Disabilities A comprehensive, annotated guide to hundreds of fiction works about disabled persons. Titles are categorized and cross-referenced in several areas: physical problems, sensory problems, cognitive and behavior problems, and multiple/severe and various disabilities.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. A good number of people with disabilities and noted figures attended the forum. The speakers underlined the need for proper space and right kind of coverage in the media for the people with.

So, I’ve compiled a list of a few examples of people with disabilities being portrayed in the media – and whether they’re being shown in the right way. Read on to see what I think, and please comment below with your thoughts on this hot : Liz Ransome.

A Critical Analysis Overview of the media: What do we mean by Media. The term media is defined by Wikipedia as "a means of carrying or communicating information." For the purposes of the information on this website the articles will focus on the "Mass Media": a term used to describe the media forms which are specifically designed to reach a large section of the population.

December 3,is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, which the United Nations has recognized since It seems that we are always celebrating some sort of special day, so what makes this one so important?

Well firstly, because so many people have .People with Disabilities. Words are powerful. The words you use and the way you portray individuals with disabilities matters. This factsheet provides guidelines for portraying individuals with disabilities in a respectful and balanced way by using language.

that is accurate, neutral and objective. Size: KB.persons who belong to various communities and have friends (Smith- D’Arezzo ), rather than as flat, stereotyped outsiders or victims to be rescued (Myers and Bersani ). In general, depiction of characters with disabilities within this literature reflects exemplar practices of socialCited by: 4.