Michele Friedner

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This article ethnographically examines how some deaf people in urban India have begun to orient themselves toward the future by participating in multilevel marketing businesses. In the absence of other structural possibilities for deaf future-making, deaf Indians have turned to such businesses in search of social, economic, and moral livelihood. This(More)
I nitially released as a hardcover volume in 2009, designer and former medical researcher Graham pullin’s provocative and engaging book Design Meets Disability aims to entice and excite designers about the possibilities and prospects of designing for disabled people. pullin argues, however, that good design will not only be utilized by disabled people. With(More)
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