Social order and disorder in autism

@inproceedings{Hollin2013SocialOA,
  title={Social order and disorder in autism},
  author={Gregory Hollin},
  year={2013}
}
This thesis investigates autism as it has been understood in the cognitive and social (neuro)sciences, within the United Kingdom, since 1985. Of specific interest is how these sciences discover, construct, and experiment upon individuals who are understood as socially abnormal. Theoretically, the thesis is positioned between Foucauldian History and Philosophy of Science, Medical Sociology, and Science and Technology Studies. Empirically, two key sources of information are relied upon. Firstly… CONTINUE READING

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