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Autism
A Student's Guide



December 2022 | 256 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Your critical, evidence-informed and scholarly examination of some of the key issues and debates surrounding Autism.

As a student you need to have a strong grounding in Autism, but also engage in the key debates that are happening now. This book will not only not only provide you with a robust foundation but will offer you strategies to use your critical thinking by outlining and engaging with crucial discussions.  Each chapter focuses upon an area related to Autism, including ethical and social arguments, transitions, international perspectives and strategies when working with autistic children, people and adults.

Key features include:

·         Case studies of individual and collective experiences of individuals who are living with Autism and those associated with them

·         Exercises that encourage you to engage with key debates and research

·         Pauses for reflection to help you assess your own understanding

·         Key research that will provide you with a better critical knowledge

Trevor Cotterill is Programme Leader of the BA (Hons) SEND at the University of Derby.

 
Introduction
 
Researching Autism
 
Issues and Debates Surrounding Autism
 
The Importance, Experience and Challenges Associated with Diagnosis
 
Introducing and Evaluating Strategies When Working with Autistic Children, Young People, and Adults
 
The Role of Genetics and Neurobiology in the Aetiology of Autism
 
Psychological Theories of Autism
 
Educational Choice and Support
 
Transitions
 
Pedagogical Approaches in Autism
 
International Perspectives on Autism
 
Media Perspectives

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