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Volume 4. Issue 1. Special Issue ‘Disability in East Asia’

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Editorial: Heng-hao Chang. ‘Disability Rights and Cultural Contexts. Dynamics of Policy, Activism, and Socio-Economic Realities in East Asia’ International Journal of Disability and Social Justice. 2024. Vol. 4(1):4-9. DOI: 10.13169/intljofdissocjus.4.1.0004

Mark Bookman, Frank Mondelli and Setsuko Yokoyama. ‘Putting Virtual Reality to Disability Activism. Co-Creation and Intersectional Pedagogical Usage in JapanInternational Journal of Disability and Social Justice. 2023. Vol. 4(1):10-33. DOI: 10.13169/intljofdissocjus.4.1.0010

Daryl WJ Yang. ‘Realising Disability Rights in Non-Liberal Contexts. The Ritualistic Mobilisation of the CRPD in Singapore’ International Journal of Disability and Social Justice. 2024. Vol. 4(1):34-59. DOI: 10.13169/intljofdissocjus.4.1.0034

Lake Yan (Kimberly) Wu. ‘The Implementation of CRPD Article 13 Access to Justice in Hong Kong. The Experience of the Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing CommunityInternational Journal of Disability and Social Justice. 2024. Vol. 4(1):60-81. DOI: 10.13169/intljofdissocjus.4.1.0060

Tasing Chiu. ‘Exploring Indigenous Disability Experiences in Taiwan. Three Case Studies’ International Journal of Disability and Social Justice. 2024. Vol. 4(1):82-98. DOI: 10.13169/intljofdissocjus.4.1.0082

Kasumi Ito. ‘Between Global North and South. Global Grass-Roots Movements of People with Psychosocial Disabilities in East AsiaInternational Journal of Disability and Social Justice. 2024. Vol. 4(1):99-116. DOI: 10.13169/intljofdissocjus.4.1.0099

Digest

Each Special Issue of the IJDSJ is accompanied by a Digest version. This short, additional publication, is written in Plain English and is intended to give the busy reader an overview of the full journal issue. This time, we are delighted to announce that the authors were invited to provide not only a Plain English summary of their articles, but also a summary written in their own working language (if they wished). This issue therefore includes summaries in Mandarin and Japanese. The Digest is available in accessible pdf (pdf/a) and as a flipbook.


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