The Disabled, the Media, and the Information Age

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This chapter is adapted from Joseph P. Shapiro, "Disability Policy in the Media: A Stealth Civil Rights Movement Bypasses and Defies the Press and Conventional Wisdom," Policy Studies Journal, Winter, 1994.

1.
Public Relations Society of America.
2.
John S. Clogston, Disability Coverage in Sixteen Newspapers ( Louisville, Ky.: Avocado Press, 1990); Douglas Biklen, "Framed: Journalism's Treatment of Disability," Social Policy 16 ( 1986):45-51; Irving Kenneth Zola, "Depictions of Disability: Metaphor, Message, and Medium in the Media: A Research and Political Agenda," Social Science Journal 22 ( 1985):5-17.
3.
Erving Goffman, Stigma: Notes on the Management of Spoiled Identity ( New York: Simon and Schuster, 1963).
4.
Susan Rasky, "Bill Barring Bias against Disabled Holds Wide Impact," New York Times, August 14, 1989.
5.
"Blank Check for the Disabled?" New York Times, September 6, 1988.
6.
Celia Dugger, "In New York, Few Public Toilets and Many Rules," New York Times, May 21, 1991.
7.
"Down the Toilet," Wall Street Journal, July 22, 1991.
8.
Louis Harris and Associates, The ICD Survey of Disabled Americans: Bringing Disabled Americans into the Mainstream ( New York City: International Center for the Disabled and National Council on the Handicapped, March 1986).
9.
Beth Haller, "Paternalism and Protest: The Presentation of Deaf Persons in the New York Times and Washington Post" (paper presented to the meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Montreal, August 1992).
10.
Joseph P. Shapiro, "A New 'Common Identity' for the Disabled," Washington Post, March 29, 1988.
11.
Sharon LaFraniere, "Doors Opening for the Disabled," Washington Post, May 25, 1990.
12.
"CBS Evening News," July 9, 1992.
13.
Remar Sutton, "Independence Days: One Woman's Fight to Surmount Paralysis," Washington Post, October 22, 1990.
14.
Joseph P. Shapiro, "A Life Worse Than Death: Too Often, That's All America Offers the Disabled," Washington Post, April 15, 1990.
15.
Kenneth Lelen, "Builder Finds Barrier-free Housing Doesn't Sell Well," Philadelphia Inquirer, August 25, 1991.
16.
David Conn, "Equal Access for the Disabled: Business Owners Grapple with Cost, Uncertainty of Complying with New Law," Baltimore Sun, September 22, 1991.
17.
Steven C. Fehr, "Metro to Find Law on Disabled Costly," Washington Post, September 27, 1991.
18.
Robert Perske, Unequal Justice? What Can Happen When Persons with Retardation or Other Developmental Disabilities Encounter the Criminal Justice System ( Nashville, Tenn.: Abingdon Press, 1991).
19.
Karen McPherson and John Bennett, "Justice or Mercy? States Grapple with Executing Mentally Retarded," May 9, 1992.
20.
Mary Johnson and Susan Elkins, eds., Reporting on Disability: Approaches and Issues, a Sourcebook ( Louisville, Ky.: Advocado Press, 1989), p. 30.

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