Autism and the myth of the person alone /
Autism and the Myth of the Person Alone seriously engages the perspectives of people with autism, including those who have been considered as the most severely disabled within the autism spectrum. The heart of the book consists of chapters by people with autism themselves, either in an interview for...
|Published:||New York : New York University Press, ©2005.|
|Series:||Qualitative studies in psychology.
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- Framing autism
- Introduction to Sue Rubin
- A conversation with Leo Kanner / by Sue Rubin
- An introduction to Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay
- Questions and answers / by Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay and Douglas Biklen
- An introduction to Lucy Blackman
- Reflections on language / by Lucy Blackman
- An introduction to Larry Bissonnette
- Letters ordered through typing produce the story of an artist stranded on the island of autism / by Larry Bissonnette
- An introduction to Alberto Frugone
- Salient moments in the life of Alberto, as a child, a youth, a young man / by Alberto Frugone
- An introduction to Richard Attfield
- The colour of rich / by Richard Attfield
- The world as I'd like it to be / by Jamie Burke
- The myth of the person alone / by Douglas Biklen.