Rhetorical accessability

Meloncon, L. (Ed.). (2013). Rhetorical accessability: At the intersection of technical communication and disability studies. New York: Baywood.

  • Elmore, K. Embracing interdependence: Technology developers, autistic users, and technical communicators (pp. 15-38).
  • Jarrett, C., Redish J., & Summers, K. Designing for people who do not read easily (pp. 39-66).
  • Meloncon, L. Toward a theory of technological embodiment (pp. 67-82).
  • Moeller, M. Pushing boundaries of normalcy: Employing critical disability studies in analyzing medical charity websites (pp. 83-89).
  • Gutsell, M., & Hulgin, K. Supercrips don’t fly: Technical communication to support ordinary lives of people with disabilities (pp. 83-94).
  • Arduser, L. (2013). The care and feeding of the d-beast: Metaphors of the lived experience of diabetes.95
  • Pass, E. Accessibility and the web design student (pp. 115-134).
  • Oswal, S. K., & Hewett, B. L. Accessibility challenges for visually impaired students and their online writing instructors (pp. 135-156).
  • Lewthwaite, S., & Swan, H. Disability, web standards, and the majority world (pp. 157-174).
  • Larkin, A. Web accessibility statements: Connecting professional writing, corporate social responsibility, and Burkean rhetoric (pp. 175-202).
  • Pappas, L., Accessibility as context: The legal, fiscal, and social imperative to deliver inclusive e-content (pp. 203-218).
  • Maloney, A. Resources (pp. 219-228).