Download e-book for iPad: Autism: A Social and Medical History by M. Waltz

By M. Waltz

ISBN-10: 0230527507

ISBN-13: 9780230527508

ISBN-10: 1349358193

ISBN-13: 9781349358199

This e-book contextualizes autism as a socio cultural phenomenon, and examines the usually troubling results of representations and social developments. Exploring the contributors and occasions within the historical past of this , Waltz blends examine and private views to ascertain social narratives of normalcy, incapacity and difference.

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