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Disability Arts and Culture : methods and approches

Author: Petra Kuppers
Publisher: Bristol, UK : Intellect, 2019.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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What does it mean to approach disability-focused cultural production and consumption as generative sites of meaning-making? Disability Arts and Culture: Methods and Approaches seeks the answer to  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Petra Kuppers
ISBN: 9781789380026 1789380022 9781789380002 1789380006 9781789380019 1789380014
OCLC Number: 1097597466
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: IntroductionPetra KuppersTexts and ComplexitiesChapter 1: Pain proxies, migraine and invisible disability in Renee French's H DaySusan Honeyman Chapter 2: At the Intersection of Deaf and Asian American performativity in Los Angeles: Deaf West Theatre's and East West Player's adaptations of PippinStephanie LimChapter 3: The blind gaze: Visual impairment and haptic filmmaking in Joao Julio Antunes' O jogo/The Game (2010)Eduardo LedesmaChapter 4: What are you looking at? Staring down notions of the disabled body in danceMeghan Durham-WallDiscourse Analysis: Cultures and DifferenceChapter 5: Troubling images? The re-presentation of disabled womanhood: Britain's Missing Top ModelAlison WildeChapter 6: Representations of disability in Turkish television health shows: Neo-liberal articulations of family, religion and the medical approachDikmen Bezmez and Ergin BulutChapter 7: The portrayal of people with disabilities in Moroccan proverbs and jokesGulnara Z. Karimova, Daniel A. Sauers and Firdaousse DakkaPeople's Voices: Qualitative MethodsChapter 8: From awww to awe factor: UK audience meaning-making of the 2012 Paralympics as mediated spectacleCaroline E. M. Hodges, Richard Scullion and Daniel JacksonChapter 9: Disability in television crime drama: Transgression and access Katie EllisChapter 10: 'It's really scared of disability': Disabled comedians' perspectives of the British television comedy industrySharon LockyerEthnographic Approaches: Project ReportsChapter 11: Re-voicing: Community choir participation as a medium for identity formation amongst people with learning disabilitiesNedim HassanChapter 12: Dancing as a wolf: Art-based understanding of autistic spectrum conditionKevin BurrowsChapter 13: Disabling ability in dance: Intercultural dramaturgies of the Thikwa plus Junkan ProjectNanako NakajimaChapter 14: Swimming with the Salamander: A community eco-performance projectPetra KuppersNotes on Contributors
Responsibility: edited by Petra Kupper.

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