Re thinking autism diagnosis identity and equality seeks to contribute to the growing field of critical autism studies and according to one commentator quoted on the back cov er. Challenging existing approaches to autism that limit and sometimes damage the individuals who attract and receive the label this book questions the lazy prejudices and assumptions that can surround autism as a diagnosis in the 21st century. These are just some of many critical questions addressed in a timely edited book re thinking autism diagnosis identity and equality the nineteen authors who contributed to this volume critically engage with this thing called autism in order to disrupt the dominant biomedical model surrounding the diagnosis treatment and . Volume 1 no 5 review of re thinking autism diagnosis identity and equality timimi mallett runswick cole edsjuly 11 2017 by william m arnold abstract this is a review by a lay individual on the fringes of autism not used to academic styles of literature or deeply read on the topic. Diagnosis identity and equality in chapters that unpack the label its diagnosis and use autism treatments politics identities re thinking autism vibrantly demonstrates that it is time to begin our lives with autism as an integral part of human life rather than treating it as an unnatural condition this book is an antidote to the
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