Doing Disability Research
Barnes, Colin and Mercer, Geof 1997 The Disability Press, 236p.
■Barnes, Colin and Mercer, Geof 1997 Doing Disability Research，The Disability Press, 236p. ISBN-10:0952845024 (絶版) ※ http://www.leeds.ac.uk/disability-studies/books/book3.htm
The emergence of the social model of disability offers a comprehensive critique of traditional approaches to disability. Parallel calls have been made to break the mould of disability research by adopting an 'emancipatory' approach. This book contains thirteen original contributions from leading figures and newcomers on the key issues and problems in translating disability theory into research practice.
The questions addressed include: breaking the researcher-researched heirarchy; involving disabled people; ownership and control; disability research funding; measuring disability barriers; research and the survivors' movement; narrative approaches; researching sexuality, multiple oppression, abuse and violence, and researching disability in non-European contexts.
Editors: Colin Barnes and Geof Mercer
1. Breaking the Mould? An introduction to doing disability research. Colin Barnes and Geof Mercer
2. Emancipatory Research:Realistic goal or impossible dream? Mike Oliver
3. Funding for Change :Translating emancipatory disability research from theory to practice. Linda Ward
4. Researching Disabling Barriers. Gerry Zarb
5. Psychiatric System Survivors and Emancipatory research:Issues,overlaps and differences. Peter Beresford and Jan Wallcraft
6. Who's Research?: A personal audit. Mark Priestley
7. Researching Disability Employment Policies. Neil Lunt and Patricia Thornton
8. Making Connections:A narrative study of adult children of parents with learning difficulties. Tim Booth and Wendy Booth
9. Involving Disabled People in Research:A study of inclusion in environmental activities. Sarah Beazley, Michele Moore and David Benzie
10. Reflexivity:The dilemmas of researching from the inside. Ayesha Vernon
11. Researching Disabled Sexuality. Tom Shakespeare
12. Uncovering the Shape of Violence: A Research Methodology Rooted in the Experience of People with Disabilities. Marcia H. Rioux, Cameron Crawford, Miriam Ticoll, Michael Each
13. From the Research Notes of a Foreign Devil: Disability research in China. Emma Stone