Sterilization of People with Mental Disabilities: Issues, Perspectives, and Cases

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Copyright Acknowledgments
The author and publisher gratefully acknowledge permission to use the following material:
Extracts from E. A. Brantlinger ( 1991). "Homeschool partnerships that benefit children with special needs" Elementary School Journal, 91( 3), 249-260. © 1991 by The University of Chicago. All rights reserved.
Extracts from J. Mattinson ( 1970). Marriage and Mental Handicap. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. Reprinted with permission of Gerald Duckworth and Company Ltd.
Extracts from E. A. Brantlinger ( 1985). Mildly mentally retarded secondary students' information about and attitudes toward sexuality and sexuality education. Education and Training of the Mentally Retarded, 20 (2), 99-108 and E. A. Brantlinger ( 1988). Teachers' perceptions of the sexuality of their secondary students with mild mental retardation. Education and Training in Mental Retardation, 23(1), 24-37.
Exracts from "Teachers' perceptions of the parenting abilities of their secondary students with mild mental retardation" by E. A. Brantlinger, 1988, Remedial and Special Education, 9(4), 31-43. Copyright 1988 by PRO-ED, Inc. Reprinted by permission.
Adaptations from E. A. Brantlinger ( 1992). Professionals' attitudes toward the sterilization of people with disabilities. Journal of the Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps, 17( 1), 4-18.

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