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Title:Steaming, Compressed Air
Authors:Gordon, Devera
Stuckey, Zosha
facilitated communication
Date Issued:2007
Publisher:University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies
Citation:Gordon, D. & Stuckey, Z. (2007). Steaming, Compressed Air. Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal, 2(4).
Series:vol. 2, no. 4
Abstract:This essay, composed over a span of eight months, was developed through a collaboration meant to redefine notions of writing that excludes people with disabilities. As post-colonial/collaborative composition theory suggests (Davies, 1992), the author and the writer of the narrative are two distinct people. While the author constructed the words verbally through a series of ongoing dialogues, the writer transcribed, edited, and re-ordered the text. Douglas Biklen’s book, Communication Unbound (1993), inspired us to explore these non-traditional ways of “writing” that, while grounded in conversation and collaboration, also disrupt models of efficiency and individualism.
Appears in Collections: RDS Volume 2, No. 4

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