RDS Volume 14, No. 4

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    Dissertation & Abstracts v14i4
    (University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies, 2018) Erlen, Jonathon ; Conway, Megan
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    Inclusive Economic Strategy For People With Disabilities: Proactive Management, Organizational Change: A Reasoned Approach to Disability
    (University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies, 2018) Kerroumi, Bachir
    The answers to the problem of employment of people with a disability in businesses have often focused on social issues. However, the context which determines the inclusion process mainly depends on project management within organizations. Our purpose is the analysis of favorable factors in management strategies and approaches to people with disabilities.
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    Stories Our Bodies Tell: The Phenomenology of Anecdotes, Comings Out, and Embodied Autoethnographies
    (University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies, 2018) Greenberg, Slava
    The essay seeks to explore body-focused phenomenological writing in disability studies and film theory throughout publically shared anecdotes, coming-out narratives, and embodied autoethnographies. Through the author’s own bodily experiences in academia, particularly writing, attending conferenced, and teaching, Greenberg bridges the gaps between the disciplines through an embodied autoethnographic phenomenological methodology inspired by film scholar Vivian Sobchack.
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    On Dance and Aging: An Interview with Berlin-Based Researcher-Dancer Susanne Martin
    (University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies, 2018) Raphael, Raphael
    In this interview with Susanne Martin , she considers ways in which she combines her artistic practice as dancer with her theoretical research to better understand aging and dance.
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    Parents With and Without Disabilities: Demographics, Material Hardship, and Program Participation
    (University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies, 2018) Sonik, Rajan Anthony ; Parish, Susan L ; Mitra, Monika ; Nicholson, Joanne
    To compare demographics, material hardship, and public benefit program participation among parents with and without disabilities, we analyzed data from the 2008 Survey of Income and Program Participation. Households led by parents with disabilities were significantly more likely to experience hardships despite also being more likely to receive public benefits.