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Vol 3, No 2 (2014)
Table of Contents
|“A Place to Work Like Any Other?” Sheltered Workshops in Canada, 1970-1985||HTML PDF|
|Factors Contributing to the Construction of Personhood of Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo||HTML PDF|
|Heather Aldersey, Ann Turnbull, Rud Turnbull||31-61|
|Programs and Social Supports for Adults with a Learning Disability in Trinidad: Policy Review and Analysis||HTML PDF|
|Keren J. Mack||62-94|
|Enabling the Voter Participation of Canadians with Disabilities: Reforming Canada’s Electoral Systems||HTML PDF|
|Michael J. Prince||95-120|
|The Inclusion of Adults with Intellectual Disabilities (ID): A Study of Two Community Based Group Home Service Providers in Saskatchewan||HTML PDF|
|Review of Allan, Kathryn (Ed.), Disability in Science Fiction: Representations of Technology as Cure||HTML PDF|
|Review of Ellis, Katie & Mike Kent, Disability and New Media||HTML PDF|
|Catherine Duchastel de Montrouge||144-150|
|Review of Gutiérrez y Muhs et. al. (Eds.), Presumed Incompetent: The Intersections of Race and Class for Women in Academia||HTML PDF|