Speaking for ourselves : conversations on life, music, and autism (Book, 2018) [Alabama State University Library]
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Speaking for ourselves : conversations on life, music, and autism

Speaking for ourselves : conversations on life, music, and autism

Author: Michael B BakanMara ChasarGraeme GibsonElizabeth J GraceZena HamelsonAll authors
Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2018.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The musical talents and affinities of autistic people are widely recognized, but few have thought to ask autistic people themselves about how they make and experience music, and why it matters them  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael B Bakan; Mara Chasar; Graeme Gibson; Elizabeth J Grace; Zena Hamelson; Dotan Nitzberg; Gordon Peterson; Maureen Pytlik; Donald Rindale; Amy Sequenzia
ISBN: 9780190855833 0190855835
OCLC Number: 1080964507
Description: xxii, 263 pagina's : illustraties ; 25 cm.
Contents: Figures Companion Website Contents Acknowledgements Prologue: Autumn, 2003 1. Introduction 2. Zena Hamelson 3. Mara Chasar 4. Donald Rindale 5. Elizabeth J. "Ibby" Grace 6. Dotan Nitzberg 7. Graeme Gibson 8. Maureen Pytlik 9. Gordon Peterson 10. Amy Sequenzia 11. Addison Silar 12. Conclusion: "Living with Autism Shouldn't Be Hard" References Cited Additional Reading
Responsibility: Michael B. Bakan with Mara Chasar, Graeme Gibson, Elizabeth J. Grace, Zena Hamelson, Dotan Nitzberg, Gordon Peterson, Maureen Pytlik, Donald Rindale, Amy Sequenzia, and Addison Silar.
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Speaking for Ourselves is a significant contribution to the literature on autism, social science, and neuroscience as well as on music. For the most part it is free of jargon, and the conversations Read more...

 
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