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Disability and Discourse : Analysing Inclusive Conversation with People with Intellectual Disabilities.

Author: Val Williams
Publisher: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, 2011.
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Disability and Discourse applies and explains Conversation Analysis (CA), an established methodology for studying communication, to explore what happens during the everyday encounters of people with intellectual disabilities and the other people with whom they interact. Explores conversations and encounters from the lives of people with intellectual disabilitiesIntroduces the established methodology of Conversation  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Williams, Val.
Disability and Discourse : Analysing Inclusive Conversation with People with Intellectual Disabilities.
Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, ©2011
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Val Williams
ISBN: 9780470977941 0470977949
OCLC Number: 794327296
Notes: Inclusive approaches communication: summary points.
Description: 1 online resource (612 pages)
Contents: Cover; Half title page; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; About the Author; Preface; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1 Starting Points; The central interest: communication; Why does identity matter?; The social model of disability; The research context; Background to 'Skills for Support'; Background to the 'Finding Out' project; Participation and voice; The inclusive research movement; Thumbnail sketches of the two main research studies in this book; Structure of the book; Chapter 2 Some Building Blocks for Analysis; Conversation analysis; The nature of data; Talk as social construction. Analysing social activities by using the tools of CACA and identity; The wider context of talk; CA and change; Intellectual disability and CA; Part 1: Individual Voices; Chapter 3 Challenging Disempowering Patterns of Talk; Background; Barry: Filling out a form for employment support; Brendan: Prompting or forcing someone to speak; Implications for practice; How conversation works: summary points; Inclusive approaches to communication: summary points; Chapter 4 Supporting Someone to be Competent; Background; Ellie: Budgeting for a shopping trip; Keeping someone safe; Implications for practice. How conversation works: summary pointsApproaches to inclusive communication: summary points; Chapter 5 Opening up Conversation; Alice: A woman who keeps quiet; Sam: Preparing to go to a football match; Implications for practice; How conversation works: summary points; Inclusive approaches to communication: summary points; Chapter 6 Equalising Talk and Friendliness; Ruth: Having a joke about housework; Frank: Social chat while making a cup of coffee; Being friendly colleagues; Implications for practice; How conversation works: summary points. Inclusive approaches to communication: summary pointsChapter 7 Doing Autonomy; Henry, Penny and Charles: Deciding on what to do next; Telling people they can choose; Brian and Colin: Joking about choices; Charles and Rachel: Discussing pros and cons of a choice; Implications for practice; How conversation works: summary points; Approaches to inclusive support: summary points; Chapter 8 Public Encounters; Colin and Ben: Meeting and greeting an acquaintance; Alice and Rachel: Expanding on a greeting; Henry and Pippa: Requesting a service; Michael and Teresa: Rescuing someone from trouble. Karen and Joan: Scripting and ventriloquismPreparation talk; Scripting and ventriloquism as story-telling devices; Implications for practice; How conversation works: summary points; Inclusive approaches to communication: summary points; Part 2: Collective Voice; Chapter 9 Self-Advocacy Talk; Moving from individual to collective voice; Emergence of the term 'self-advocacy'; Darren: Moving between the personal and the political; Brian: A strong speaker; Roger: What does self-advocacy mean to members?; Implications for practice; How conversation works: summary points.

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Disability and Discourse applies and explains Conversation Analysis (CA), an established methodology for studying communication, to explore what happens during the everyday encounters of people with intellectual disabilities and the other people with whom they interact. Explores conversations and encounters from the lives of people with intellectual disabilitiesIntroduces the established methodology of Conversation Analysis, making it accessible and useful to a wide range of students, researchers and practitionersAdopts a discursive approach which looks at how people with intellectual disabilit.

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