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The following titles are freely available online. Some of these are peer-reviewed, and some are not. Be sure to check the requirements of your assignment before using non-peer-reviewed publications in your research.
Critical Disability Discourse (CDD) is a bilingual, interdisciplinary journal from York University's Critical Discourse Studies Graduate Student Association, publishing articles that focus on experiences of disability.
Official newsletter for DHA, "an international non-profit organization that promotes the study of disabilities. This includes, but is not limited to, the history of individuals or groups with disabilities, perspectives on disability, representations/ constructions of disability, policy and practice history, teaching, theory, and Disability and related social and civil rights movements."
The mandate of the IJDCR is to build the knowledge base of critical enquiry at the intersection of disability, community and rehabilitation, among practitioners, consumers and researchers. The Journal seeks to present both regional and internationally comparative voices and perspectives from Canada and internationally. Published by International Disability Research Centre on Social & Economic Innovation.