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Disability Studies Quarterly
Fall 2002, Volume 22, No. 4
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A Bibliography of Studies on Religious, Cultural, Ethnic, and National Perspectives on Disability

Compiled by David Pfeiffer
Center on Disability Studies
University of Hawaii at Manoa


The literature on religious, cultural, ethnic, and national perspectives on disability and people with disabilities as well as the related impact of the influence of contact and age is quite large. The works cited are divided according to their topic. Some works are cited in more than one topic area.

RELIGIOUS PERSPECTIVES

Abberely, Paul. (1987) The Concept of Oppression and the Development of a Social Theory of Disability. Disability & Society, 2(1): 19 55.

Barnes, Colin. (1996) Theories of Disability and the Origin of Oppression of Disabled People in Western Society. In L. Barton (ed) Disability and Society: Emerging Issues and Insights. Essex: Addison Wesley Longman Limited.

Braddock, David L.; Parish, Susan L. (2001) An Institutional History of Disability. Handbook of Disability Studies, edited by Gary L. Albrecht, Katherine D. Seelman, and Michael Bury; Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., chapter 1, pages 11-68.

Coleredge, P. (1993) Disability, Liberation and Development. London: Oxfam.

Habib, L. (1998) Gender and Disability: Women's Experience in the Middle East. London: Oxfam.

Ingstad, Benedicte. (2001) Disability in the Developing World. Handbook of Disability Studies, edited by

Gary L. Albrecht, Katherine D. Seelman, and Michael Bury; Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., chapter 34, pages 772-92.

Ingstad, B.; Whyte, S. (1995) Disability and Culture. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Khatib, A. (1989) Disability Situation in Jordan. Amman, Jordan: The Economic Social and Cultural Committee for Western Asia.

Miles, M. (1995) Disability in an Eastern Religious Context: Historical Perspectives. Disability & Society, 10(1): 49 68.

Rose, Avi. (1997) "Who Causes the Blind to See": Disability and Quality of Religious Life. Disability & Society, 12(3): 395 405.

Strauss, Ronald P. (1988) Genetic Counseling in the Cross Cultural Context: The Case of Highly Observant Judaism. Patient Education & Counseling, 11(1): 43 52.

Turmusani, Majid. (1998) Some Cultural Representation of Disability in Jordan: Concepts and Beliefs towards Disability within Islamic Culture. Working paper presented in the Expert Meeting on disability in different cultures, Bonn.

Turmusani, Majid. (1999) The Economic Needs of Disabled People in Jordan: From the Personal to the Political Perspective. Disability Studies Quarterly, 19(1): 40-54.

Webb, Mitchell B. (1994) The De-Institutionalization of Specialized Ministries: The Importance of the Church Being the Church. Journal of Religion in Disability and Rehabilitation, 1(1): 47 52.

CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES

Barnes, Colin. (1996) Theories of Disability and the Origin of Oppression of Disabled People in Western Society. In L. Barton (ed) Disability and Society: Emerging Issues and Insights. Essex: Addison Wesley Longman Limited.

Barton, Len; Armstrong, Felicity. (2001) Disability, Education, and Inclusion. Handbook of Disability Studies, edited by Gary L. Albrecht, Katherine D. Seelman, and Michael Bury; Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., chapter 30, pages 693-710.

Casas, J.M. (1985) The status of racial and ethnic minority counseling: A training perspective. In P. Pedersen (Ed), Handbook of Cross-Cultural Counseling and Therapy (pp. 267-274). Wesport, CT: Greenwood.

Casas, J.M., & Vasquez, M.T. (1989) Counseling the Hispanic clients: A theoretical and applied perspective. In P.B. Pedersen, J.G. Draguns, W.J. Lonner, & J.E. Trimble (Eds.), Counseling Across Culture (3rd Ed.) (pp. 153 175). Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii Press.

Cook, Philip; Cook, Michele; Tran, Lien; Tu, Wei. (1997) Children Enabling Change: A Multicultural, Participatory, Community-Based Rehabilitation Research Project Involving Chinese Children with Disabilities and Their Families. Child and Youth Care Forum, 26(3): 205 219.

Davis, A. (1989) From Where I Sit: Living with a Disability in an Able Bodied World. London: Triangle.

Elixhauser, Anne; Weinick, Robin M.; Betancourt, Joseph R.; Andrews, Roxanne M. (2002) Differences Between Hispanics and Non-Hispanic Whites in Use of Hospital Procedures for Cerebrovascular Disease. Ethnicity & Disease, 12:29-37.

Goerdt, Ann. (1986) Social Integration of the Physically Disabled in Barbados. Social Science & Medicine, 22(4): 459 66.

Hanks, J.; Hanks, L. (1980) The Physically Handicapped in Certain Non-Occidental Societies. In W. Phillips and J. Rosenberg (eds), Social Scientists and the Physically Handicapped. London: Arno Press.

Hardy, Richard E.; Cull, John G.; Campbell, Michael E. (1987) Perception of Selected Disabilities in the United States and Portugal: A Cross Cultural Comparison. Journal of Human Behavior & Learning, 4(3): 1 12.

Harrison, Dianne F.; Wodarski, John S.; Thyer, Bruce A. (1996) Cultural Diversity and Social Work Practice. Second edition; Springfield: Charles C. Thomas Publisher.

Henderson, George; Spigner-Littles, Dorscine. (1996) A Practitioner's Guide to Understanding Indigenous and Foreign Cultures: An Analysis of Relationships Between Ethnicity, Social Class and Therapeutic Intervention Strategies. Second edition; Springfield: Charles C. Thomas Publisher.

Heyer, Katharina. (2000a) Between Equality and Difference: The Politics of Disability in Japan. Japanstudien, 11: 105-33.

Heyer, Katharina. (2000b) From Special Needs to Equal Rights: Japanese Disability Law. Asian Pacific Law & Policy Journal, 1(1), <www.hawaii.edu/aplpj>.

Islam and the Rights of the Disabled. (1999) The Minaret, 21(5): 26, May 1.

Kisanji, Joseph. (1995a) Interface Between Culture and Disability in the Tanzanian Context: I. International Journal of Disability, Development & Education, 42(2): 93 108.

Kisanji, Joseph. (1995b) Interface Between Culture and Disability in the Tanzanian Context: II. International Journal of Disability, Development & Education, 42(2): 109 124.

Kumaresan, J.A.; Maganu, E.T. (1994) Socio Cultural Dimensions of Leprosy in North Western Botswana. Social Science & Medicine, 39(4): 537 541.

Miles, M. (2000) Disability on a Different Model: Glimpses of an Asian Heritage. Disability & Society, 15(4): 603-18.

Parmenter, Trevor R. (2001) Intellectual Disabilities - Quo Vadis? Handbook of Disability Studies, edited by Gary L. Albrecht, Katherine D. Seelman, and Michael Bury; Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., chapter 10, pages 267-96.

Vash, Carolyn L. (1995) Metaphysical Influences on Disability Attitudes: Spirituality, Disability, and Rehabilitation. Rehabilitation Education, 9(2 3): 113 127.

Westbrook, Mary T.; Legge, Varoe. (1993) Health Practitioners' Perceptions of Family Attitudes toward Children with Disabilities: A Comparison of Six Communities in a Multicultural Society. Rehabilitation Psychology, 38(3): 177 185.

ETHNIC PERSPECTIVES

Alperin, Diane; Richie, Nicholas D. (2001) Human Services and the Marginal Client. Springfield: Charles C. Thomas Publisher.

Casas, J.M. (1985) The status of racial and ethnic minority counseling: A training perspective. In P. Pedersen (Ed), Handbook of Cross-Cultural Counseling and Therapy (pp. 267-274). Westport, CT: Greenwood.

Casas, J.M., & Vasquez, M.T. (1989) Counseling the Hispanic clients: A theoretical and applied perspective. In P.B. Pedersen, J.G. Draguns, W.J. Lonner, & J.E. Trimble (Eds.), Counseling Across Culture (3rd Ed.) (pp. 153 175). Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii Press.

Chan, F., Lam, C.S., Wong, D.W., Leung, P., & Fang, X.S. (1988) Counseling Chinese Americans with disabilities. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling. 19(4), 21 25.

Dillard, J.M. (1983) Multicultural Counseling. Chicago, IL: Nelson-Hall.

Elixhauser, Anne; Weinick, Robin M.; Betancourt, Joseph R.; Andrews, Roxanne M. (2002) Differences Between Hispanics and Non-Hispanic Whites in Use of Hospital Procedures for Cerebrovascular Disease. Ethnicity & Disease, 12:29-37.

Henderson, George; Spigner-Littles, Dorscine. (1996) A Practitioner's Guide to Understanding Indigenous and Foreign Cultures: An Analysis of Relationships Between Ethnicity, Social Class and Therapeutic Intervention Strategies. Second edition; Springfield: Charles C. Thomas Publisher.

LeVine, R.A.; Campbell, D.T. (1972) Ethnocentrism: Theories of Conflict, Ethnic Attitudes and Group Behavior. New York: John Wiley and Sons.

Mardiros, Marilyn. (1989) Conception of Childhood Disability Among Mexican American Parents. Medical Anthropology, 12(1): 55 68.

Mary, Nancy L. (1990) Reactions of Black, Hispanic, and White Mothers to Having a Child with Handicaps. Mental Retardation, 28(1): 1 5.

Ponterotto, Joseph G.; Casas, J. Manuel. (1991) Handbook of Racial/Ethnic Minority Counseling Research. Springfield: Charles C. Thomas Publisher.

Ryan, Angela S.; Smith, Michael J. (1989) Parental Reactions to Developmental Disabilities in Chinese American Families. Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal, 6(4): 283 299.

Schneider, Eric C.; Zaslavsky, Alan M.; Epstein, Arnold M. (2002) Racial Disparities in the Quality of Care for Enrollees in Medicare Managed Care. Journal of the American Medical Association, 287(10): 1288-94.

Smart, J.F. & Smart, D.W. (1993) The rehabilitation of Hispanics with disabilities: Socio-cultural constraints. Rehabilitation Education. 7(3), 167 184.

Stewart, E.C. (1976) Cultural sensitivities in counseling. In P. Pedersen, W.J. Lonner, & J.G. Draguns (Eds.), Counseling Across Cultures (pp. 98 122). Honolulu, HI: University Press of Hawaii.

Van Ryn, M.; Burke, J. (2000) The Effect of Patient Race and Socio Economic Status on Physicians' Perceptions of Patients. Social Science and Medicine, 50(6): 813 28.

Vontress, C.E. (1976) Racial and ethnic barriers in counseling. In P. Pedersen, W.J. Lonner, & J.G. Draguns (Eds.) Counseling Across Cultures (pp. 42 44). Honolulu, HI: University Press of Hawaii.

Westbrook, Mary T.; Legge, Varoe; Pennay, Mark. (1995) Ethnic Differences in Expectations for Women with Physical Disabilities. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 26(4): 26 33.

NATIONAL PERSPECTIVES

Ballard, Keith. (1996) Inclusive Education in New Zealand: Culture, Context and Ideology. Cambridge Journal of Education, 26(1): 33 45.

Braddock, David L.; Parish, Susan L. (2001) An Institutional History of Disability. Handbook of Disability Studies, edited by Gary L. Albrecht, Katherine D. Seelman, and Michael Bury; Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., chapter 1, pages 11-68.

Crystal, David S.; Watanabe, Hirozumi; Chen, Rusan. (1999) Children's Reactions to Physical Disability: A Cross National and Developmental Study. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 23(1): 91 111.

Lollar, Donald L. (2001) Public Health Trends: Past, Present, and Future. Handbook of Disability Studies, edited by Gary L. Albrecht, Katherine D. Seelman, and Michael Bury; Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., chapter 33, pages 754-71.

Morrow, Robert D. (1987) Cultural Differences - Be Aware. Academic Therapy, 23(2): 143 149.

Parmenter, Trevor R. (2001) Intellectual Disabilities - Quo Vadis? Handbook of Disability Studies, edited by Gary L. Albrecht, Katherine D. Seelman, and Michael Bury; Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., chapter 10, pages 267-96.

Paterson, J.; Jamieson, M. (1999) The Attitudes of Community Based Rehabilitation Workers towards People with Disabilities in South India. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 22(2): 85 92.

Tsiantis, John; Kordoutis, Panos; Kolaitis, Gerassimos; Perakis, Antonis; et al. (1995) The Psychosocial Dynamics of Change at Leros PIKPA Asylum. British Journal of Psychiatry, 167(Supplement 28): 46 55.

DISCUSSION OF THE IMPACT OF THE PERSPECTIVES

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Angel, Jacqueline L.; Angel, Ronald J.; Henderson, Kristin J. (1997) Contextualizing Social Support and Health in Old Age: Reconsidering Culture and Gender. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 17(9 10): 83 116.

Armstrong, M. Jocelyn; Fitzgerald, Maureen H. (1996) Culture and Disability Studies: An Anthropological Perspective. Rehabilitation Education, 10(4): 247-304.

Barnes, Colin; Mercer, Geoff. (2001) Disability Culture: Assimilation or Inclusion? Handbook of Disability Studies, edited by Gary L. Albrecht, Katherine D. Seelman, and Michael Bury; Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., chapter 21, pages 515-34.

Belgrave, Faye Z.; Jarama, S. Lisbeth. (2000) Culture and the Disability and Rehabilitation Experience: An African American Example. In Robert G. Frank & Timothy R. Elliott (editors), Handbook of Rehabilitation Psychology. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 585-600.

Blackhall, Leslie J.; Frank, Gelya; Azen, Stanley. (1999) Ethnicity and Attitudes towards Life Sustaining Technology. Social Science & Medicine, 48(12): 1779 90.

Blum, Robert W.; Beuhring, Trisha; Shew, Marcia L.; Bearinger, Linda H.; Sieving, Renee E.; Resnick, Michael D. (2000) The Effects of Race/Ethnicity, Income, and Family Structure on Adolescent Risk Behaviors. American Journal of Public Health, 90(12): 1879-84.

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Chan, Sam. (1992a) Families with Asian Roots. Edited by Eleanor W. Lynch, Marci J. Hanson, et al. Developing Cross Cultural Competence: A Guide for Working with Young Children and Their Families. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing, 181-257.

Chan, Sam. (1992b) Families with Filipino Roots. In Eleanor W. Lynch, Marci J. Hanson, et al. (eds), Developing Cross-Cultural Competence: A Guide for Working with Young Children and Their Families. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing, pp. 259 300.

Charles, Jane. (1991) Young Disability. Practice, 5(3): 214 25.

Ebrahim, S. (1992) Social and Medical Problems of Elderly Migrants. International Migration / Migrations Internationales / Migraciones Internationales, 30: 179 97.

French, Sally; Swain, John. (2001) The Relationship Between Disabled People and Health and Welfare Professionals. Handbook of Disability Studies, edited by Gary L. Albrecht, Katherine D. Seelman, and Michael Bury; Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., chapter 32, pages 734-53.

Gill, Carol J. (2001) Divided Understandings: The Social Experience of Disability. Handbook of Disability Studies, edited by Gary L. Albrecht, Katherine D. Seelman, and Michael Bury; Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., chapter 13, pages 351-72.

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Hampton, N.Z.; Marshall, A. (2000) Culture, Gender, Self-Efficacy, and Life Satisfaction: A Comparison Between Americans and Chinese People with Spinal Cord Injuries. Journal of Rehabilitation, 66(3): 21-28.

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Harrison, Dianne F.; Wodarski, John S.; Thyer, Bruce A. (1996) Cultural Diversity and Social Work Practice. Second edition; Springfield: Charles C. Thomas Publisher.

Hassiotis, Angela. (1996) Clinical Examples of Cross -Cultural Work in a Community Learning Disability Service. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 42(4): 318 27.

Hedeen, Ashely N.; White, Emily. (2001) Breast Cancer Size and Stage in Hispanic American Women by Birthplace: 1992-95. American Journal of Public Health, 91(1): 122-25.

Henderson, George; Spigner-Littles, Dorscine. (1996) A Practitioner's Guide to Understanding Indigenous and Foreign Cultures: An Analysis of Relationships Between Ethnicity, Social Class and Therapeutic Intervention Strategies. Second edition; Springfield: Charles C. Thomas Publisher.

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Kreps, Gary L. (2000) Disability and Culture: Effects on Multicultural Relations in Modern Organizations. In Dawn O. Braithwaite & Teresa L. Thompson (editors), Handbook of Communication and People with Disabilities: Research and Application. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 177-90.

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McCallion, Philip; Janicki, Matthew; Grant Griffin, Lucinda. (1997) Exploring the Impact of Culture and Acculturation on Older Families Caregiving for Persons with Developmental Disabilities. Family Relations: Interdisciplinary Journal of Applied Family Studies, 46(4): 347 57.

Miles, M. (2000) Disability on a Different Model: Glimpses of an Asian Heritage. Disability & Society, 15(4): 603-18.

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Mitchell, David T.; Snyder, Sharon L. (2001) Representation and Its Discontents. Handbook of Disability Studies, edited by Gary L. Albrecht, Katherine D. Seelman, and Michael Bury; Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., chapter 7, pages 195-218.

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Paris, M.J. (1993) Attitudes of Medical Students and Health Care Professionals toward People with Disabilities. Archives of Physical and Medical Rehabilitation, 74(8): 818 25.

Ponterotto, Joseph G.; Casas, J. Manuel. (1991) Handbook of Racial/Ethnic Minority Counseling Research. Springfield: Charles C. Thomas Publisher.

Ravaud, Jean-Francois; Stiker, Henri-Jacques. (2001) Inclusion/Exclusion: An Analysis of Historical and Cultural Meanings. Handbook of Disability Studies, edited by Gary L. Albrecht, Katherine D. Seelman, and Michael Bury; Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., chapter 20, pages 490-512.

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Schilder, A.J.; Kennedy, C.; Goldstone, I.L.; Ogden, R.D.; Hogg, R.S.; O'Shaughnessy, M.V. (2001) `Being dealt with as a whole person.' Care seeking and adherence: the benefits of culturally competent care. Social Science and Medicine, 52(11): 1643 59.

Scott, Clarissa S.; Lefley, Harriet P.; Hicks, Dorothy. (1993) Potential Risk Factors for Rape in Three Ethnic Groups. Community Mental Health Journal, 29(2): 133 41.

Scott, K.M.; Sarfati, D.; Tobias, M.I.; Haslett, S.J. (2000) A Challenge to the Cross-Cultural Validity of the SF 36 Health Survey: Factor Structure in Maori, Pacific and New Zealand European Ethnic Groups. Social Science and Medicine, 51(11,1): 1655 64.

Shurka, Esther; Katz, Shlomo. (1982) Evaluation of Persons with a Physical Disability: The Influence of Variables Related to the Disabled on Arab and Jewish Youth. Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology, 13(1): 105 16.

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Strawbridge, William J.; Kaplan, George A.; Camacho, Terry; Cohen, Richard D. (1992) The Dynamics of Disability and Functional Change in an Elderly Cohort: Results from the Alameda County Study. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 40(8): 799 806.

Turner, Bryan S. (2001) Disability and the Sociology of the Body. Handbook of Disability Studies, edited by Gary L. Albrecht, Katherine D. Seelman, and Michael Bury; Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., chapter 9, pages 252-66.

Van Ryn, M.; Burke, J. (2000) The Effect of Patient Race and Socio Economic Status on Physicians' Perceptions of Patients. Social Science and Medicine, 50(6): 813 28.

Wang, Caroline. (1992) Culture, Meaning and Disability: Injury Prevention Campaigns and the Production of Stigma. Social Science & Medicine, 35(9): 1093-1102.

Westbrook, Mary T.; Legge, Varoe;Pennay, Mark. (1993) Attitudes Towards Disabilities in a Multicultural Society. Social Science and Medicine, 36(5): 615 23.

Yamamoto, K.; Randall, M.; Takeda, M.; Leelamanit, W. (1996) Attitudes of Medical Students towards Persons with Mental Disorders: A Comparative Study Between Japan and Thailand. Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience, 50(4): 171 80.

Yang, Haiou; Leung, Paul; Wang, Jerry; Shim, Neil. (1996) Asian Pacific Americans: The Need for Ethnicity Specific Disability and Rehabilitation Data. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 7(3): 33 54.

IMPACT OF PERSPECTIVES ON SERVICE DELIVERY

Ahmad, Waqar I. U.; Atkin, Karl. (1996) Ethnicity and Caring for a Disabled Child: The Case of Children with Sickle Cell or Thalassaemia. British Journal of Social Work, 26(6): 755 75.

Allen, M.; Belstedt, J. (1996) Attitudes Toward Blindness and Blind People: What Do We Believe? ABNF Journal, 7(3): 72-77.

Alperin, Diane; Richie, Nicholas D. (2001) Human Services and the Marginal Client. Springfield: Charles C. Thomas Publisher.

Barnes, Colin. (1995) Disability, Cultural Representation and Language. Critical Public Health, 6(2): 9-20.

Bartholet, Elizabeth. (1993) Blood Knots: Adoption, Reproduction, and the Politics of Family. American Prospect, 15(Fall): 48 57.

Beardshaw, A. (1988) Last on the List. London: Kings Fund Institute.

Bewley, Catherine; Glendinning, Caroline. (1994) Representing the Views of Disabled People in Community Care Planning. Disability & Society, 9(3): 301 14.

Biklen, Douglas. (1988) The Myth of Clinical Judgement. Journal of Social Issues, 44(1): 127-40.

Biley, A.M. (1995) The Experience of Hospitalisation for Physically Disabled Patients. British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 2(2): 61-64.

Blower, A.C. (1997) Is Thirst Associated with Disability in Hospitals Inpatients? Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, 10(5): 289-93.

Braden, Carrie J. (1991) Learned Response to Chronic Illness: Disability Payment Recipients vs. Nonrecipients. Rehabilitation Psychology, 36(4): 265 77.

Bronstein, Phyllis A.; Quina, Kathryn. (eds) (1988) Teaching a Psychology of People: Resources for Gender and Sociocultural Awareness. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Byrd, E. Keith. (1997) Concepts Related to Inclusion of the Spiritual Component in Services to Persons with Disability and Chronic Illness. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 28(4): 26 29.

Chan, Sam. (1992a) Families with Asian Roots. Edited by Eleanor W. Lynch, Marci J. Hanson, et al. Developing Cross Cultural Competence: A Guide for Working with Young Children and Their Families. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing, 181-257.

Chan, Sam. (1992b) Families with Filipino Roots. In Eleanor W. Lynch, Marci J. Hanson, et al. (eds), Developing Cross-Cultural Competence: A Guide for Working with Young Children and Their Families. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing, pp. 259 300.

Chaplin, R. H.; Thorp, C.; Ismail, I. A.; Collacott, R. A.; et al. (1996) Psychiatric Disorder in Asian Adults with Learning Disabilities: Patterns of Service Use. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 40(4): 298 304.

Conway, K. (1996) Nursing the Physically Disabled in a General Hospital Ward. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 5(2): 121-25.

Dewing, J. (1991) Physically Disabled People in Acute Care. Nursing Standard, 5(22): 37-39.

Doyle, Yvonne; Moffatt, Paula; Corlett, Sarah. (1994) Coping with Disabilities: The Perspective of Young Adults from Different Ethnic Backgrounds in Inner London. Social Science and Medicine, 38(11): 1491 98.

Fitzgerald, Maureen H.; Mullavey-O'Byrne, Colleen; Clemson, Lindy. (1997) Cultural Issues from Practice. Australian Occupational Therapy, 44: 1-21.

Fujiura, Glenn T.; Yamaki, Kiyoshi. (1997) Analysis of Ethnic Variations in Developmental Disability Prevalence and Household Economic Status. Mental Retardation, 35(4): 286 94.

Gifford, Allen L.; Cunningham, William E.; Heslin, Kevin C.; et al. (2002) Participation in Research and Access to Experimental Treatments for HIV-Infected Patients. New England Journal of Medicine, 346(18): 1373-82.

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Hanson, Marci J. (1992) Families with Anglo European Roots. In Eleanor W. Lynch, Marci J. Hanson, et al. (eds), Developing Cross-Cultural Competence: A Guide for Working with Young Children and Their Families. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing, pp. 65-87.

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Harrington, F. (1998) Enabling Service Providers to Meet the Needs of Deaf Clients. British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 5(2): 64-68.

Harrison, Dianne F.; Wodarski, John S.; Thyer, Bruce A. (1996) Cultural Diversity and Social Work Practice. Second edition; Springfield: Charles C. Thomas Publisher.

Harry, Beth; Anderson, Mary G. (1995) The Disproportionate Placement of African American Males in Special Education Programs: A Critique of the Process. Journal of Negro Education, 63(4): 602 19.

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Henderson, George; Spigner-Littles, Dorscine. (1996) A Practitioner's Guide to Understanding Indigenous and Foreign Cultures: An Analysis of Relationships Between Ethnicity, Social Class and Therapeutic Intervention Strategies. Second edition; Springfield: Charles C. Thomas Publisher.

Johnson, David B. (1989) Diabetes: Epidemiology and Disability. Social Process in Hawaii, 32: 104 112.

Johnson, R. (1993) "Attitudes Don't Just Hang in the Air...": Disabled People's Perceptions of Physiotherapists. Physiotherapy, 79(9): 619-27.

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