Vol 35, No 3 (2015)

The Americans with Disabilities Act After 25 Years

Table of Contents

Prefatory Matter

Introduction to the Special Issue on the Americans with Disabilities Act HTML
Richard K. Scotch


Twenty-Five Years After the ADA: Situating Disability in America’s System of Stratification HTML
Michelle Maroto, David Pettinicchio
Disability, Poverty, and Material Hardship since the Passage of the ADA HTML
Julia A. Rivera Drew
Unequal Treatment or Uneven Consequence: A Content Analysis of Americans with Disabilities Act Title I Disparate Impact Cases from 1992 – 2012 HTML
Sara P. Johnston
Bodies in Contempt: Gender, Class and Disability Intersections in Workplace Discrimination Claims HTML
Jenny Dick-Mosher
Beyond the Law: A Review of Knowledge, Attitudes and Perceptions in ADA Employment Research HTML
Robert Gould, Sarah Parker Harris, Kate Caldwell, Glenn Fujiura, Robin Jones, Patrick Ojok, Katherine Perez Enriquez
Leveling the Playing Field: Perspectives of People with Disabilities on Reasonable Accommodations Received to Engage in Public Recreation HTML
Mary Ann Devine
Access for All! Neuro-architecture and Equal Enjoyment of Public Facilities HTML
Victoria Gillen
“Most of Them Are Amateurs”: Women with Spinal Cord Injury Experience the Lack of Education and Training among Medical Providers While Seeking Gynecological Care HTML
Heather Elise Dillaway, Catherine L. Lysack
"Just How Much Diversity Will the Law Permit?": The Americans with Disabilities Act, Diversity and Disability in Higher Education HTML
Lauren Shallish
Disability Studies, Disability Services: Would Addressing the Gap in Professional Communication Impact Implementation of the ADA? HTML
Christy Oslund
Disability Culture and the ADA HTML
Steven E. Brown

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