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Ellen Liberti Blasiotti, John D. Westbrook & Iwao Kobayashi

In: Handbook of Disability Studies

Chapter 13: Disability Studies and Electronic Networking

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Disability Studies and Electronic Networking
Disability studies and electronic networking

Electronic networking has been extremely useful to the field of disability studies. This field has been aided by the exchange of views among scholars internationally. Also, many databases and Web sites provide a wealth of resources for scholars to use in conducting research activities and for people with disabilities to use in daily living. This chapter argues that electronic networking will continue to serve a vital role for disability studies in the future, refining and enhancing communication, discussion, and debate, as well as forming virtual communities of disability researchers who share knowledge, techniques, and even research subjects through the Internet and World Wide Web. The Internet and World Wide Web have been instrumental in forming new ...

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