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Unsettling the Resettled: An Intersectional Analysis of Autism in the Somali Diaspora
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|Title:||Unsettling the Resettled: An Intersectional Analysis of Autism in the Somali Diaspora|
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|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies|
|Citation:||Baker, D. & Kim, H. (2018). Unsettling the Resettled: An Intersectional Analysis of Autism in the Somali Diaspora. Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal, 14(1).|
|Series:||vol. 14, no. 1|
|Abstract:||This multiple case study uses intersectionality and neurodiversity as frameworks to understand the experiences of Somali American families and the educators working with their children. Three primary themes emerged—parenting: intersections among race, disability, and gender; cultural assumptions and family/educator communication; and diversity and agency among mothers. Practical implications for educating students with autism from non-dominant racial/ethnic, linguistic, religious, and cultural backgrounds are discussed.|
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