The dark legacy of FC

  title={The dark legacy of FC},
  author={Jon Palfreman},
  journal={Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention},
  pages={14 - 17}
  • J. Palfreman
  • Published 1 March 2012
  • Psychology
  • Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention
In this paper of the EBP Speaker's Corner, the former producer of the FRONTLINE report “Prisoners of Silence, “reacts to the perspectives paper by Janyce Boynton, entitled “Facilitated Communication – what harm it can do: Confessions of a former facilitator” (Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention, 6(1), 3–13). Source of funding: No source of funding reported. Jon Palfreman, a 2006 Nieman Fellow, is KEZI Distinguished Professor of Broadcast Journalism at the University of… 

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