The Theology of Amos Yong and the New Face of Pentecostal Scholarship

ten year old boy anticipates the birth of a younger brother and his younger
brother ...

The Theology of Amos Yong and the New Face of Pentecostal Scholarship

Author: Wolfgang Vondey

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004251766

Page: 306

View: 391

In The Theology of Amos Yong and the New Face of Pentecostal Scholarship a table of experts offer an introduction to the writings, motivations, arguments, and methodology of one of the most influential voices of current Pentecostal scholarship.

Face On

In the case of the face transplant, the trade-offs remain unclear, because of both
an inability to predict what the new face might ... While there is a strong trend to
place this particular burden on people with disabilities, there is an even greater ...

Face On

Author: Sharrona Pearl

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 022646153X

Page: 272

View: 914

Are our identities attached to our faces? If so, what happens when the face connected to the self is gone forever—or replaced? In Face/On, Sharrona Pearl investigates the stakes for changing the face–and the changing stakes for the face—in both contemporary society and the sciences. The first comprehensive cultural study of face transplant surgery, Face/On reveals our true relationships to faces and facelessness, explains the significance we place on facial manipulation, and decodes how we understand loss, reconstruction, and transplantation of the face. To achieve this, Pearl draws on a vast array of sources: bioethical and medical reports, newspaper and television coverage, performances by pop culture icons, hospital records, personal interviews, films, and military files. She argues that we are on the cusp of a new ethics, in an opportune moment for reframing essentialist ideas about appearance in favor of a more expansive form of interpersonal interaction. Accessibly written and respectfully illustrated, Face/On offers a new perspective on face transplant surgery as a way to consider the self and its representation as constantly present and evolving. Highly interdisciplinary, this study will appeal to anyone wishing to know more about critical interventions into recent medicine, makeover culture, and the beauty industry.

Disability Rights and the American Social Safety Net

For the next several years , the SSA tinkered with the disability rules and
practices , trying to arrive at that elusive goal . But by 1993 , disability had a new
face , and it was that of “ Lisa T. ” Lisa T lived in an impoverished South Boston ...

Disability Rights and the American Social Safety Net

Author: Jennifer L. Erkulwater

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 9780801444173

Page: 252

View: 620

The recent history of the American welfare state has been viewed with dismay by those on the left because of the steady contraction of benefits under both Republican and Democratic administrations. In contrast, Jennifer L. Erkulwater describes the remarkable success of advocacy for the disabled at a time when the federal government was seemingly impervious to liberal policy innovations. Since the War on Poverty the American public's support for social-welfare policies has gradually eroded as conservative politicians have gained power and demographic changes and uncertain economic growth have enhanced pressures for fiscal retrenchment. Yet, the past thirty years have also seen a dramatic expansion of disability benefits. This book is the first to examine how entitlements for the disabled have fared in the wake of the disability-rights movement. This movement initially fought to end the institutionalization of the severely disabled and moved on to claim that antidiscrimination laws would allow the disabled to work and become less dependent on welfare. It also had a profound impact on entitlements. Erkulwater demonstrates that the Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income programs enacted between 1972 and 2000 succeeded because policy elites switched from welfare-based approaches to the civil-rights rhetoric used by the disability-rights movement. The work of liberal advocates who sought to end the segregation of the disabled in custodial institutions and integrate them into their home communities contributed to the growth of programs providing financial assistance to disabled citizens and to the recent controversies surrounding the future direction of disability policy. --Ruth O'Brien, City University of New York Graduate Center and John Jay College of Criminal Justice

The New Disability History

Harlan Hahn, “The Politics of Physical Differences: Disability and Discrimination,”
Journal of Social Issues 44 (1988): ... Ono, and Albert H. Hastorf, “The Effects of
Physical Deviance upon Face-to-Face Interaction,” Human Relations 19 (1966): ...

The New Disability History

Author: Paul K. Longmore

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 0814785638

Page: 416

View: 514

A glimpse into the struggle of the disabled for identity and society's perception of the disabled traces the disabled's fight for rights from the antebellum era to present controversies over access.

Encyclopedia of American Civil Rights and Liberties Revised and Expanded Edition 2nd Edition 4 volumes

October 31. /30a58a58a06046cab8f894ddcc2828e8/
young-terminal -new-face-right-die. Colby, William. ... Historically, government
has taken a paternalist approach in dealing with people with disabilities.
Disabled ...

Encyclopedia of American Civil Rights and Liberties  Revised and Expanded Edition  2nd Edition  4 volumes

Author: Kara E. Stooksbury

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 1440841101

Page: 1277

View: 358

Thoroughly updated and featuring 75 new entries, this monumental four-volume work illuminates past and present events associated with civil rights and civil liberties in the United States. • Offers 686 alphabetically arranged entries, ranging from thoroughly updated entries from the first edition to 75 new entries that cover dramatic changes in civil rights and liberties in the last decade • Covers the latest events and controversies surrounding civil liberties issues in America • Fully explores the scope and limitations of Constitutional rights, a perennially hot topic in American politics and society • Includes primary documents with contextual headnotes to enhance understanding of the full importance of the featured document • Provides sources for further reading with each entry to help users engage in additional research

Introducing the New Sexuality Studies

disability,. and. sexuality. Thomas. /. G. erschick. ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY
We do not express or even show our ... (Zola 1982: 215) People with disabilities
face formidable challenges in establishing self—satisfactory sexualities; yet ...

Introducing the New Sexuality Studies

Author: Steven Seidman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136818103

Page: 572

View: 680

Breaking new ground, both substantively and stylistically, Introducing the New Sexuality Studies, Second Edition offers students and academics an engaging, thought-provoking introduction and overview of the social study of sexualities. Its central premise is to explore the social construction of sexuality, the role of social differences such as race or nationality in creating sexual variation, and the ways sex is entangled in relations of power and inequality. Through this approach the field of sexuality is considered in multicultural, global, and comparative terms, and from a truly social perspective. The second edition of this definitive textbook consists of over seventy-five short, original essays on the key topics and themes in sexuality studies. It also includes interviews with fourteen leading scholars in the field, which convey some of the most innovative work currently being undertaken. Each contribution is original, presenting the latest thinking and research in clear and accessible terms, using engaging examples to illustrate key points. This topical and timely volume will be an invaluable resource to all those with an interest in sexuality studies, gender studies and LGBTQ studies.

Handbook of College Science Teaching

with learning disabilities, remedial students, and general education students. ...
Computer technology, science education, and students with learning disabilities.
... Changing America : The new face of science and engineering, final report.

Handbook of College Science Teaching

Author: Joel J. Mintzes

Publisher: NSTA Press

ISBN: 0873552601

Page: 416

View: 802

The Handbook offers models of teaching and learning that go beyond the typical lecture-laboratory format and provides rationales for new practices in the college classroom. It is ideal for graduate teaching assistants, senior faculty and graduate coordinators, and mid-career professors in search of reinvigoration.

Understanding Disability

However, the practice of legally defined civil rights for individuals with disabilities
is a very new concept, barely a quarter ... against individuals with disabilities is
not unique, as many other groups face institutionalized discrimination in society.

Understanding Disability

Author: Paul T. Jaeger

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780275982263

Page: 165

View: 597

Although 54 million Americans have a disability, few discussions of the issue address its various compenents in a holistic manner. The authors, both of whom have experienced disability, tackle complex issues facing the disabled, including access, diversity, and civil rights, in a human-centered manner.

Handbook of Communication and People With Disabilities

Disability in the family: The effects on children's well-being. Journal ofMarriage
and the Family, 56, 457–468. Lyons, R.E., & Meade, D. (1995). Painting a new
face on relationships: Relationship remodeling in response to chronic illness.

Handbook of Communication and People With Disabilities

Author: Dawn O. Braithwaite

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135675805

Page: 556

View: 869

Each chapter provides a state-of-the-art literature review, practical applications of the material, and key words and discussion questions to facilitate classroom use."--Jacket.

Government s response to the consultation on Disability Living Allowance reform

Question 11 An important part of the new process is likely to be a face - to - face
discussion with a healthcare professional . a . What benefits or difficulties might
this bring ? b . Are there any circumstances in which it may be inappropriate to ...

Government s response to the consultation on Disability Living Allowance reform

Author: Great Britain: Department for Work and Pensions

Publisher: The Stationery Office

ISBN: 9780101805124

Page: 59

View: 580

On 6 December 2010, the Government published Disability Living Allowance reform (Cm 7984, ISBN 9780101798426) which set out its reform proposals and sought people's views. This document outlines the responses received, from both individuals and organisations, and provides further information regarding the replacement of DLA and the introduction of Personal Independence Payment for people of working age (16-64) from 2013/14. The Government will ensure that the new Personal Independence Payment remains a non-mean-tested and non-taxable cash benefit which people can spend in a way that best suits them. The aim, through the introduction of Personal Independence Payment, is to make the benefit fairer, more straightforward to administer, and for it to be easier and clearer to understand. There will be two components of Personal Independence Payment; a daily living component and a mobility component, each with a standard and enhanced rate. The Government is developing the assessment for Personal Independence Payment in collaboration with a group of independent specialists and will consider an individual's ability to carry out key everyday activities. The greatest priority in awarding the benefit will be that it goes to those individuals who are least able to carry them out. The application and administration process will be made as straightforward as possible. The Personal Independence Payment will not be extended to new or existing claims for children from 2013/14. And the proposal to withdraw the DLA mobility component from people in residential care will not now be implemented.

DoD and VA Preliminary Observations on Efforts to Improve Health Care and Disability Evaluations for Returning Servicemembers

... disability evaluation pilots.22 DOD and VA face other critical challenges in
creating a new disability evaluation system. For example, DOD is challenged to
overcome servicemembers' distrust of a disability evaluation process perceived
to be ...

DoD and VA  Preliminary Observations on Efforts to Improve Health Care and Disability Evaluations for Returning Servicemembers

Author: John H. Pendleton

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 1437909833

Page: 28

View: 351

In Feb. 2007, a series of Wash. Post articles disclosed deficiencies in the provision of outpatient services at Walter Reed Army Med. Center, raising concerns about the care for returning servicemembers. These deficiencies included a confusing disability evaluation system and servicemembers in outpatient status for years without a clear understanding about their plan of care. In response, the Army took a number of actions and DoD formed a joint DoD-VA Senior Oversight Comm. This statement provides info. on the near-term actions being taken by the Army and the broader efforts of the Senior Oversight Comm. to address longer-term systemic problems that impact health care and disability evaluations for returning servicemembers. Illustrations.

The Psychological and Social Impact of Illness and Disability 6th Edition

Although Americans are living longer and healthier lives, those with disabilities
and little income may face even greater precarious times ahead. REFERENCES
Barkan, E. (1991). Reevaluating progressive eugenics: Herbert Spencer
Jennings ...

The Psychological and Social Impact of Illness and Disability  6th Edition

Author: Mark A. Stebnicki, PhD, LCP, DCMHS, CRC, CCM

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826106560

Page: 568

View: 972

"This edition...adds an important international perspective on illness and disability. The personal narratives help bring the real world of people who are suffering to the forefront of the scientific discourse."--Doody's Medical Reviews Now in its sixth edition, this best-selling textbook continues to be the most comprehensive and diverse text available on the psychosocial aspects of disability. It examines current thought and treatment approaches to working with individuals with disabilities through the contributions of expert thinkers and practitioners in the disability field. Abundant and insightful narratives by disabled individuals offer a bridge between theory and practice for students in rehabilitation psychology and counseling courses. In addition to completely updated and reorganized material, this edition contains insightful new section introductions, empirically based research articles, and the contributions of international researchers presenting a more global and richer perspective on the psychosocial aspects of disability and illness. It also contains an increased focus on the negative impact of societal attitudes and treatment of disabled individuals on their psychological adjustment to disability. The addition of objectives at the beginning of each chapter and review questions and personal perspectives at the end of each chapter further facilitate in-depth learning. Key Features: Presents the most comprehensive and diverse coverage of psychosocial aspects of disability topics of any textbook available Examines contemporary thinking and treatment approaches in working with individuals with disabilities Provides a bridge between theory and practice through the narratives of individuals with disabilities Establishes a historical understanding of societal attitudes toward disability and treatment past and present of persons with disabilities Analyzes barriers to enabling persons with disabilities and improving social consciousness and quality of life for this population Facilitates course planning through inclusion of objectives and review questions/personal perspectives in each chapter

The New Handbook of Children s Rights

Many disabled children lack the opportunity to create the informal networks used
by other children and so are cut off from the flow of information that relies on face-
to-face contact: “The biggest barrier we face as young disabled people is ...

The New Handbook of Children s Rights

Author: Bob Franklin

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134576900

Page: 448

View: 487

The new edition of this well established handbook provides up-to-date information on a topic of increasing importance across a range of disciplines and practices. It covers:* the debate concerning children's rights and developments in rights provision over the last twenty years* the impact of recent British legislation on children's rights in key a

Learning Disability

Two of the new chapters in this edition consider the birth of a child with a
suspected disability, disclosure and early support to ... Chapters also give
attention to ways of communicating with young children who face different kinds
of challenges ...

Learning Disability


Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 0335238440

Page: 537

View: 277

Annotation "The editors have brought together a range of eminent contributors who present a range of issues throughout the life cycle. The book asserts that it hopes to 'assist readers to anticipate change and discontinuity in people's lives and think about strategies to support them' through the many challenges that they may face in their lives. In my view this book certainly does that and the editors and contributors are to be congratulated on the production of a relevant and contemporary text that I have no hesitation in both endorsing and recommending to all involved in supporting and or caring for people with learning disabilities."Professor Bob Gates, Project Leader - Learning Disabilities Workforce Development, NHS Education South Central, UK"The editors have gathered an authoritative faculty to present and discuss a range of contemporary issues; both practical and ethical. The text is well grounded in the lived experience of people with disability and draws on the evidence-base of contemporary science. Each chapter includes thought provoking exercises. This is a seminal text for students and practitioners, researchers and policy makers."Associate Professor Keith R. McVilly, Deakin University, Australia"I currently own a copy of the first edition and it has proved an invaluable resource time and time again. There is not an essay I complete that does not make reference to the book and I can consistently use it to reflect back on my practice as a student nurse and social worker. Having read several extracts from the new edition it does appear to include very high quality content covering learning disabilities over the lifespan ... if I were to personally recommend any book for budding or current learning disability professionals then this would be it."James Grainger, Student Nurse/Social Worker, Sheffield Hallam University, UK"I like the way it has primary and secondary information from a range of sources. The exercises in the book also get you to think about the situation in question which helps us think about our values and anti-oppressive practice ... This book really does start with the basics and having a learning disability from birth and the effects, to in depth knowledge and literature ... This book would be very helpful to me as it brings in literature policies and models from both a health and social side, which is important for my course and collaborative working."Laura Jean Lowe, Student Nurse, Sheffield Hallam University, UK"It is written with a clearly conveyed in-depth knowledge and in a way that has professional lived experience within the context of the work. The authors have taken into account the emotional, client-centred approach to the modern practitioner's practice ... The book gives a true wealth of good practice scenarios that can only help practitioners be good at what they do and aspire to be."Lee Marshall, Student Nurse, Sheffield Hallam University, UKWith its spread of chapters covering key issues across the life cycle this text has established itself as the foundational primer for those studying the lived experiences of people with learning disabilities and their families, and outcomes achieved through services and support systems.Recognising learning disability as a lifelong disability, this accessible book is structured around the life cycle. The second edition is refreshed and expanded to include seven new chapters, covering:AetiologyBreaking news (about disability) and early interventionTransition to adulthoodThe sexual lives of womenEmploymentPersonalisationPeople with hidden identitiesWith contributions from respected figures from a range of disciplines, the book draws heavily upon multidisciplinary perspectives and is based on the latest research and evidence for practice. The text is informed by medical, social and legal models of learning disability, exploring how "learning disability" is produced, reproduced and understood.Extensive use is made of real-life case studies, designed to bring theory, values, policy and practice to life. Narrative chapters describe, in the words of people with learning disabilities themselves, their lives and aspirations. They helpfully show readers the kinds of roles played by families, advocates and services in supporting people with learning disabilities. New exercises and questions have been added to encourage discussion and reflection on practice.Learning Disabilityis core reading for students entering health and social care professions to work with people with learning disabilities. It is a compelling reference text for practitioners as it squarely addresses the challenges facing people with learning disability, their loved ones and the people supporting them.ContributorsDawn Adams, Kathryn Almack, Dorothy Atkinson, Nigel Beail, Christine Bigby, Alison Brammer, Jacqui Brewster, Hilary Brown, Jennifer Clegg, Lesley Cogher, Helen Combes, Clare Connors, Bronach Crawley, Eric Emerson, Margaret Flynn, Linda Gething, Dan Goodley, Peter Goward, Gordon Grant, Chris Hatton, Sheila Hollins, Jane Hubert, Kelley Johnson, Gwynnyth Llewellyn, Heather McAlister, Michelle McCarthy, Alex McClimens, Roy McConkey, David McConnell, Keith McKinstrie, Fiona Mackenzie, Ghazala Mir, Ada Montgomery, Lesley Montisci, Elizabeth Murphy, Chris Oliver, Richard Parrott, Paul Ramcharan, Malcolm Richardson, Bronwyn Roberts, Philippa Russell, Kirsten Stalker, Martin Stevens, John Taylor, Irene Tuffrey-Wijne, Sally Twist, Jan Walmsley, Kate Woodcock

Disability Advocacy Among Religious Organizations

compliance with the ADA until a member of New Hope becomes disabled. ...
accessibility guidelines because there are elderly members who have become
disabled as they have gotten older, New Hope is less likely to face this situation.

Disability Advocacy Among Religious Organizations

Author: Albert A Herzog

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136449035

Page: 250

View: 581

Gain insight into the importance of advocacy for the disabled within various religious and secular organizations You shall love your neighbor as yourself. (Romans 13:9) Through the years, religious organizations have worked to fulfill this biblical mandate. Disability Advocacy Among Religious Organizations: Histories and Reflections chronicles the progress of different ministries’ advocacy for the disabled since 1950 as they worked toward fulfilling this mission. This enlightening history of several religious organizations’ efforts charts the trends in advocacy while offering readers insight into ways to assist people with disabilities both within religious organizations and in society. Issues are explored by drawing upon numerous documents, communications, and in-depth reviews of the advocates’ work. This book draws together in a single volume the stories of various religious organizations and their struggles to advocate for the disabled. Because of society’s tendency to isolate and fear them, special needs individuals such as the mentally and physically disabled have long found it difficult to be accepted, understood, or to receive proper care. However, ministries strive to be advocates for all of their members and their needs, including education, treatment, and appropriate legislation. Disability Advocacy Among Religious Organizations: Histories and Reflections recounts the steps organizations have taken to focus on ending isolation and fear through inclusion and appropriate care of members with various disabilities. These historical accounts examine the depth, breadth, and on-going need for disability advocacy in religious organizations. Disability Advocacy Among Religious Organizations: Histories and Reflections discusses the advocacy backgrounds of: the World Council of Churches the National Council of Churches National Catholic Partnership on Disability National Apostolate for Inclusion Ministry American mainline Protestant denominations—the American Baptist Convention, Disciples of Christ, the Episcopal Church, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the Presbyterian Church USA, the United Methodist Church, and the United Church of Christ the Christian Reformed Church American Association on Mental Retardation (AAMR) Religion and Spirituality Division Bethesda Lutheran homes and Services, Inc. the Christian Council on Persons with Disabilities (CCPD) Friendship Ministries Joni and Friends the Mennonite advocacy for persons with disabilities the Religion and Disability Program of the National Organization on Disability Disability Advocacy Among Religious Organizations: Histories and Reflections is valuable reading for clergy and laypeople in disability advocacy in religious organizations, educators, students, seminary students preparing for ministries, and religious historians.

Human Rights and Disability Advocacy

... rights for children with disabilities were disregarded. Children with disabilities,
and the challenges they face in realizing their rights, remain largely invisible. It
was imperative, therefore, that the new treaty for persons with disabilities
extended ...

Human Rights and Disability Advocacy

Author: Maya Sabatello

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 0812208749

Page: 320

View: 526

The United Nations adoption of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) constituted a paradigm shift in attitudes and approaches to disability rights, marking the first time in law-making history that persons with disabilities participated as civil society representatives and contributed to the drafting of an international treaty. On the way, they brought a new kind of diplomacy forward: empowering nongovernmental stakeholders, including persons with disabilities, within human rights discourse. This landmark treaty provides an opportunity to consider what it means to involve members of a global civil society in UN-level negotiations. Human Rights and Disability Advocacy brings together perspectives from individual representatives of the Disabled People's Organizations (DPOs), nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), indigenous peoples' organizations, states, and national institutions that played leading roles in the Convention's drafting process. The contributors provide vivid and personal accounts of the paths to victory, including stumbling blocks—not all of which were overcome—and offer a unique look into the politics of civil society organizations both from within and in its interaction with governments. Each essay describes the nonnegotiable key issues for which they advocated; the extent of success in reaching their goals; and insights into the limitations they faced. Through the plurality of voices and insider perspectives, Human Rights and Disability Advocacy presents fresh perspectives on the shift toward a new diplomacy and explores the implication of this model for human rights advocacy more generally. Contributors: Andrew Byrnes, Heidi Forrest, Phillip French, Lex Grandia, Huhana Hickey, Markku Jokinen, Liisa Kauppinen, Mi Yeon Kim, Gerison Lansdown, Connie Laurin-Bowie, Tirza Leibowitz, Don MacKay, Anna MacQuarrie, Ronald C. McCallum AO, Tara J. Melish, Pamela Molina Toledo, Maya Sabatello, Marianne Schulze, Belinda Shaw.

Disability Studies

Papers in the world-leading journal Disability & Society present a range of
international perspectives concerning ... changing challenges and forms of
resistance associated with global conflicts and crises face disabled people, their
allies ...

Disability Studies

Author: Colin Cameron

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1446296911

Page: 184

View: 173

This textbook brings together a wide range of expert voices from the field of disability studies and the disabled people's movement to tackle the essential topics relevant to this area of study. From the outset disability is discussed from a social model perspective, demonstrating how future practice and discourse could break down barriers and lead to more equal relationships for disabled people in everyday life. An interdisciplinary and broad-ranging text, the book includes 50 chapters on topics relevant across health and social care. Reflective questions and suggestions for further reading throughout will help readers gain a critical appreciation of the subject and expand their knowledge. This will be valuable reading for students and professionals across disability studies, health, nursing, social work, social care, social policy and sociology.

New Voices from Iceland

Disabled people face the social judgment of this biological determinism in
different ways according to the disability labels they have had thrust upon them.
Persons with physical disability labels may experience a denial of access to
typical ...

New Voices from Iceland

Author: Dóra S. Bjarnason

Publisher: Nova Publishers

ISBN: 9781594541049

Page: 326

View: 485

This book presents a study of the perspectives and experiences of 36 disabled young adults, some of their parents, teachers and friends, on coming of age as a disabled person in Iceland. The young people of the study belong to the first generation of disabled children and youth to grow up with normalisation and inclusion in school and society as the law of the land. The aim is to describe, explore and interpret the social construction of disabled adulthood within culture and society, and to describe how inclusive and exclusionary processes within families, school and society, impact young disabled persons' claims to adulthood. The study is located within disability studies, and within a social constructivist, interpretative framework, involving interviews and document analysis. This volume focuses on the emergence of young disabled adulthood and on how families, general or segregated special education and special or generic support systems and relationships impact that process. The lesson learned form this book apply to the disabled everywhere.