Handbook of communication and people with disabilities

Braithwaite, D. O. & Thompson, T. (Eds.). (2000.) Handbook of communication and people with disabilities. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

  • Thompson, T. L. Introduction: A history of communication and disability research: The way we were (pp. 1-14).
  • Braithwaite, D. O., & Harter, L. M. Communication and the management of dialectical tensions in the personal relationships of people with disabilities (pp. 17-36).
  • Nemeth, S. A. Society, sexuality, and disabled/ablebodied romantic relationships. (pp. 37-48).
  • Do, T-P., & Geist, P. Embodiment and dis-embodiment: Identity trans-formation of persons with physical disabilities (pp. 49-66).
  • Soule, K. P., & Roloff, M. E. Help between persons with and without disabilities from a resource theory perspective (pp. 67-84).
  • Westhaver, S. M. Opening up Spaces for difference via a feminist phenomenological approach to disability (pp. 85-102).
  • Malanian, I., & Nevin, A. Effective communication to enhance special education (pp. 103-124)
  • Colvert, AA. L., & Smith, J. W. What is reasonable: Workplace communication and people who are disabled (pp. 141-158).
  • Herold, K. P. Communication strategies in employment interviews for applicants with disabilities (pp. 159-176).
  • Kreps, Gary L. Disability and culture: Effects on multicultural relations in modern organizations (pp. 177-192).
  • Fox, S. A., Giles, H., Orbe, M. P., & Bourhis, R. Y. Interability communication: theoretical perspectives (pp. 193-222).
  • Merrigan, G. Negotiating personal identities among people with and without identified disabilities: the role of identity management (pp. 223-238).
  • Iwakuma, M., & Nussbaum, J. F. Intercultural views of people with disabilities in Asia and Africa (pp. 239-256).
  • Shultz, K. Deaf activities in the rhetorical transformation of the construct of disability (257-272).
  • Haller, B. If they limp, they lead?: News representations and the hierarchy of disability images (pp. 273-288).
  • Wolfson, K., & Norden, M. F. Film images of people with disabilities (pp. 289-306).
  • Farnall, O. Invisible no more: Advertising and people with disabilities. (pp. 307-318).
  • Fox, S. A. The uses and abuses of computer-mediated communication for people with disabilities (pp. 319-338).
  • Parrott, R., Stuart, T., & Cairns, A. B. Reducing uncertainty through communication during adjustment to disability: Living with spinal cord injury (pp. 339-352).
  • McIntosh, A. When the deaf and the hearing interact: Communication features, relationships, and disability issues. (pp. 353-368).
  • Rose, H. M., & Smith, A. R. Sighting sound/sounding sight: The “violence of deaf-hearing communication” (pp. 369-388)
  • Smith, J. W., & Kandath, K. P. Communication and the blind or visually impaired (pp. 389-404).
  • Matthews, C. K., & Harrington, N. G. Invisible disability (pp. 405-422).
  • Whaley, B. B., & Golden, M. A. Communication with persons who stutter: Perceptions and strategies (pp. 423-438).
  • Romski, M. A., & Sevcik, R. A. Children and adults who experience difficulty with speech. (pp. 439-450).
  • Weitzel, A. Overcoming loss of voice (pp. 451-466).
  • Cline, R. J., & McKenzie, N. J. Interpersonal roulette and HIV/AIDS as disability: Stigma and social support in tension (pp. 467-484).
  • Knuf, J. The margins of communication: Coping with adult dementia (p. 485-506).
  • Braithwaite, D. O., & Thompson, T. L. Communication and disability research: A productive past and a bright future. (pp. 507-515).