In the first book devoted exclusively to the contentious politics of autism, noted political scientist and public policy expert John J. Pitney, Jr., explains how autism has evolved into a heated political issue disputed by scientists, educators, social workers, and families. Nearly everything about autism is subject to debate and struggle, including its measurement and definition. Organizational attempts to deal with autism have resulted in not a single aautism policy, a but a vast array of policies at the federal, state, and local levels, which often leave people with autism and their families frustrated and confused. Americans with autism are citizens, friends, coworkers, sons, daughters, fathers, and mothers. No longer simply the objects of public policy, they are active participants in current policy debates. Pitneyas fascinating look at how public policy is made and implemented offers networks of concerned parents, educators, and researchers a compass to navigate the current systems and hope for a path towards more regularized and effective policies for Americaas autism community.Online: ndlawreview.org/wp-content/ uploads/2013/06/Pasachoff.pdf. 8. ... Gerald R. Ford, aStatement on Signing the Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975, a December 2, 1975. ... Online: law.justia.com/cases/federal/ appellate- courts/F2/875/954/179023. 15. Christina Samuels, aLandmark Special ... Online: www.edweek.org/tsb/articles/2011/10/13/01disproportion.h05.html; Jason C. Travers, Matt Tincani, and Michael P. Krezmien, aA Multiyear National Profile of Racialanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Politics of Autism|
|Author||:||John J. Pitney Jr.|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2015-08-06|