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 Browse by Socio-Economic Objective (1998) The SEO Classification allows R&D data to be classified according to the researcher's perceived purpose. The purpose categories take account of processes, products, health, education and other social and environmental aspects of particular interest. -> Division 3 - Society -> 750000 - Social Development and Community Services -> 750300 Community Service (excl. Work) -> 750305 Ability and disability :

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Young, J. L. and Ashman, A. F. (2001). Ageing and deinstitutionalisation. In: Participation and Citizenship in the Wider World. 36th Annual Conference of Australian Society for the Study of Intellectual Disability, Melbourne, (97-98). 12-15 November, 2001. 89  
Palmer, J. and Ellis, N. (2008) A layered approach to horizon scanning identifying future issues in military and veterans’ health. Journal of Futures Studies, 12 4: 77-92. 68   Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Harris, C. A., Hanrahan, S.J. and Jobling, M. A. (2004). Altering attitudes: Perceptions of disability in a physically challenging environment. In: C. Finch, Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport Supplement: 2004 Australian Conference Program and Abstracts. Hot Topics from the Red Centre, Alice Springs, (71). 6-9 October 2004. 115  
Keen, D. A. and Knox, M. (2001). An ecological approach to challenging behaviour. In: Participation and Citizenship in the Wider World. 36th Annual Conference of ASSID, Melbourne, (131-131). 12-15 November 2001. 102  
Morgan, Denise (Denise Ann) (2006). An exploration of the experiences of parents with an intellectual disability within a family support program MPhil Thesis, School of Social Work and Applied Human Sciences, University of Queensland. 332 16
Cuskelly, M. M. (1999) An international focus. International Journal of Disability, Development and Education, 46 4: 437-438. 47  
Sherry, M. (2001). Another 20 years of opporession: Hate crimes, abuse and institutions. In: Disability With Attitude: Critical Issues 20 Years After International Year of Disabled Persons. Disability With Attitude, Sydney, (97-105). 16-17 February 2002. 85  
Young, L., Ashman, A., Sigafoos, J. and Grevell, P. (2000) A preliminary report on the closure of the Challinor Centre. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 25 2: 119-126. 110  
Parsons, G., Elkins, J. and Sigafoos, J. (2000) Are people with intellectual disabilities just another customer? Interviews with business owners and staff. Mental Retardation, 38 3: 244-252. doi:10.1352/0047-6765(2000)038<0244:APWIDJ>2.0.CO;2 47   1 0
Hanrahan, S. J. (2007). Athletes with disabilities. In Tenenbaum, G. and Eklund, R. C. (Ed.), Handbook of Sport Psychology 3rd ed. (pp. 845-858) Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. doi:10.1002/9781118270011.ch38 107   Cited 6 times in Scopus6 0
Chenoweth, L. I. (2001). Attitude not platitude: Does Queensland have a triple A rating?. In: Disability With Attitude: Critical Issues 20 Years After International Year of Disabled Persons. Disability With Attitude, Sydney, (145-156). 16-17 February, 2001. 45  
Cuskelly, M. and Bryde, R. (2004) Attitudes towards the sexuality of adults with an intellectual disability: parents, support staff, and a community sample. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 29 3: 255-264. doi:10.1080/13668250412331285136 664   38 Cited 46 times in Scopus46 0
Australian Journal of Communication (2003) Volume 30 Issue 1 50  
Foster, Michele. (2001). A window of opportunity : referral from acute care to rehabilitation following traumatic brain injury PhD Thesis, School of Social Work and Applied Human Sciences, The University of Queensland. 226 29
Goggin, G. M. and Noonan, T. (2006). Blogging disability: The interface between new cultural movements and internet technology. In A. Bruns and J. Jacobs (Ed.), Uses of Blogs (pp. 161-172) New York: Peter Lang. 263  
Sherry, M. (2000) Book Review: Ethnicity, disability & chronic illness. Newsletter of the Medical Sociology News, 26 3: 67-69. 27  
Sherry, M. (2001) Book Review: Gender Inequalities in Health. Medical Sociology News, 27 1: 38-39. 85  
Moni, K. B. (2004) Book review: Literacy for living book 1. Intellectual Disability Australasia, 25 2: 12-13. 58  
Sherry, M. (2000). Brain injury and the social model of disability. In: The Social Relations of Disability Research Network - 2000 Seminars. Social Relations of Disability, , (). 14/4/2000. 145  
Sherry, M. (2000). Brain injury survivors in struggle: moving away from disability as a personal tragedy. In: Frank Castles and John Uhr, 2000 Conference of the Australasian Political Studies Association. , Research School of Social Sciences, ANU, (). 3-6 October 2000. 63  
Chenoweth, L. I. (2000) Closing the doors: Insights and reflections on deinstitutionalisation. Law in Context, 17 2: 77-101. 76  
Young, L., Ashman, A., Sigafoos, J. and Grevell, P. (2001) Closure of the Challinor Centre II: An extended report on 95 individuals after 12 months of community living. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 26 1: 51-66. 152   24
Goggin, G. M. and Newell, C (2002). Communicating disability: What's the matter with internet studies?. In: M. Power, Refereed Articles from the Proceedings of the ANZCA 2002 Conference. Communication: Reconstructed for the 21st Century, Coolangatta, (). 10-12 July, 2002. 66  
Pegg, S. A. and Compton, D.M. (2004) Creating Opportunities and Ensuring Access to Leisure and Recreation Services through Inclusion in the Global Community. Leisure/Loisir, 28 1/2: 5-26. 80  
Young, J., Ashman, A. F., Sigafoos, J. S. and Grevell, P. (1999). Deinstitutionalisation and changes in life circumstances of adults with an intellectual disability. In: Quality Lifestyles: ASSID 35th Annual Conference papers. 35th Annual Conference of the Australian Society for the Study of Intellectual Disability, Sydney, Australia, (45-45). 27-30 September 1999. 66  
Young, Janet Louise (2001). Deinstitutionalisation and changes in life circumstances of adults with intellectual disability in Queensland PhD Thesis, School of Education, The University of Queensland. 291 244
Young, J-L.L. (2001). Deinstitutionalisation in Queensland or Whatever happened to the people who used to live at The University of Queensland, Ipswich campus?. In R. Capeness, A. Kolatsis and A. Woods (Ed.), Creating New Dialogues: Policy, Pedagogy and Reform (pp. 61-66) Flaxton, Qld: Post Pressed. 38  
Young, J-L.L., Ashman, A.F. and Grevell, P. (2001). Deinstitutionalisation in Queensland: Results from a matched sample. In: Participation and Citizenship int he Wider World. 36th Annual Conference of ASSID, Melbourne, (28-28). 12-15 November 2001. 56  
Cuskelly, M., Einam, M. and Jobling, M. A. (2001) Delay of gratification in young adults with Down syndrome. Down Syndrome Research and Practice, 7 2: 60-67. 48  
Cuskelly, M. M. and Jobling, A. M. A. (2000). Delay of gratification in young adults with Down syndrome. In: Down Through the Ages, Towards the New Millennium: Attitudes Change. 7th World Down Syndrome Congress, Sydney, (71). 23-26 March 2000. 47  
Zhang, A., Cuskelly, M. M. and Hayes, A. (2000). Delay of gratification in young children with Down syndrome. In: Down Through the Ages, Towards the New Millennium: Attitudes Change. 7th World Down Syndrome Congress, Sydney, (71). 23-26 March 2000. 65  
Gilmore, L., Cuskelly, M., Jobling, A. and Smith, S. (2001) Deletion of 8p: a report of a child with normal intelligence. Developmental Medicine And Child Neurology, 43 12: 843-846. doi:10.1017/S0012162201001530 54   13 0
Goggin, G. M. and Newell, C.J. Digital Disability: The Social Construction of Disability in New Media. Lanham, Maryland, USA: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2003. 93  
Turnbull, David (2003) Disabilities, justice and the new eugenics of gene therapy. Journal of Futures Studies, 7 4: 15-26. 57  
Cuskelly, M. M. and Hayes, A. (2004). Disability: Characteristics, contexts and consequences. In Jennifer M. Bowes (Ed.), Children, Families and Communities: Contexts and Consequences Second ed. (pp. 29-51) Victoria Australia: Oxford University Press. 78  
Dennis, Rea and Murdoch, Trish (2001) Disability focus groups: A strategy for including people with disability in parishes. Journal of Religion, Disability and Health, 5 4: 45-59. doi:10.1300/J095v05n04_04 49   0
Goggin, G. M. and Newell, C. J. Disability in Australia: Exposing a Social Apartheid. Sydney: Uni of NSW Press Ltd, 2005. 59  
Goggin, G. M. and Newell, J (2006) Disability's affect: Or, refugees, communication and community. Southern Review, 38 2: 58-73. 57  
Disability Studies Quarterly (2005) Volume 25 Issue 2 64  
Goggin, Gerard and Newell, Christopher (2004) Disabled e-nation: Telecommunications, disability, and national policy. Prometheus: Journal of Issues in Technological Change, Innovation, Information Economics, Communications and Science Policy, 22 4: 411-422. doi:10.1080/08109020412331311669 40   Cited 11 times in Scopus11 0
Duncan, Kath, Goggin, Gerard and Newell, Christopher (2005) Don't talk about me . . . like I'm not here: Disability in Australian national cinema. Metro Magazine, 146/147 152-159. 413  
Keen, D. A. (2004) Editorial. Intellectual disability Australasia, 25 3: 2-2. 35  
Keen, D. A. (2004) Editorial. Intellectual disability Australasia, 25 1: 2-2. 37  
Egan, J., Chenoweth, L. and McAuliffe, D. (2006) Email-facilitated qualitative interviews with traumatic brain injury survivors: A new and accessible method. Brain Injury, 20 12: 1283-1294. doi:10.1080/02699050601049692 101   15 Cited 23 times in Scopus23 0
Pegg, S. A., Schleien, S. and Thompson, G. (2000). Evidence of inclusive opportunities. In: Congress Scientifc Committee, 6th World Leisure Congress. Leisure and Human Development, Uni of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain, (53-54). 3 - 7 July 00. 47  
Sherry, M. (2000). Exploring the social and political dimensions of access. In Mike Clear (Ed.), Promises, promises: disability and terms of inclusion (pp. 126-137) Leichhardt NSW: The Federation Press. 44  
Goggin, G. M. and Newell, C. J. (2004) Fame and disability: Christopher Reeve, super crips, and infamous celebrity. M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 7 5: 1-6. 145  
Way, R. L., Cuskelly, M. and Hayes, A. J. (2001). Families' connections to their community: Barriers and opportunities. In: S. Buckley, Down Syndrome Research and Practice: Creating Challenges. Fourth European Down Syndrome Conference, Malta, (148-148). 10th - 13th March, 1999. 62  
Spall, Pamela, McDonald, Catherine and Zetlin, Diane (2005) Fixing the system? The experience of service users of the quasi-market in disability services in Australia. Health & Social Care In The Community, 13 1: 56-63. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2524.2005.00529.x 65   10 Cited 7 times in Scopus7 0
Newell, C. J., Goggin, G. M., Astbrink, G. and Raiche, H. (2004). Fostering universal access: Lessons from telecommunications and disability. In: S. Keates, J. Clarkson, P. Langdon and P. Robinson, Designing a More Inclusive World. 2nd Cambridge Workshop on Universal Access and Assistive Technoloy (CWUAAT), Cambridge, UK, (173-182). 25-27 March, 2004. 45  

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