Disability and the Global South – Special Issue on Children – Open Access!

Disability and the Global South (DGS), 2015, Vol. 2 No. 2

Special issue:  Disabled children and disabling childhoods in the global South 

Edited by: Erica Burman (University of Manchester), Anat Greenstein (University of Manchester) & Manasi Kumar (University of Nairobi)


Frames and debates for disability, childhood and the global South: Introducing the Special Issue

Erica Burman, Anat Greenstein and Manasi Kumar

pp. 563-569
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Using Postcolonial Perspectives to Consider Rehabilitation with Children with Disabilities: The Bamenda-Toronto Dialogue

Stephanie A. Nixon, Lynn Cockburn, Ruth Acheinegeh, Kim Bradley, Debra Cameron , Peter N. Mue , Nyingcho Samuel, Barbara E. Gibson

pp. 570-589
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Vietnam’s children’s experiences of being visually or hearing impaired

Rachel Burr

pp. 590-602
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Disabling streets or disabling education? Challenging a deficit model of street-connectedness

Su Lyn Corcoran

pp. 6013-619
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Revolutionary entanglements: Transversal mappings of disability in the favela

Ashley Do Nascimento, Hans A. Skott-Myhre and Kathleen S. G. Skott-Myhre

pp. 620-631
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For Michael Charlie: Including girls and boys with disabilities in the global South/North

Deborah Stienstra

pp. 632-648
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Childhood Sexual Abuse and Disability: A critical study of an invisibilized constituency in India

Shruti Vaidya

pp. 649-666
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Interrogating the impact of scientific and technological development on disabled children in India and beyond 

Gregor Wolbring and Anita Ghai

pp. 667-685
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