Cultural sensitivity in the delivery of disability services to children: A case study of Japanese education and socialization

@article{Kayama2012CulturalSI,
  title={Cultural sensitivity in the delivery of disability services to children: A case study of Japanese education and socialization},
  author={Misa Kayama and W. Haight},
  journal={Children and Youth Services Review},
  year={2012},
  volume={34},
  pages={266-275}
}
Abstract This ethnographic study examined beliefs about disability and related socialization and educational practices at a Japanese elementary school. Disability is a universal issue affecting child welfare and educational systems around the world. Yet, relatively little sociocultural research has focused on non-Western children with disabilities. This limitation restricts our understanding of the extent to which and how cultures vary in their responses to disability, and the impact of these… Expand
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