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Use sociology to change our perception of disability

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Speaker: Professor Sharon N. Barnartt Time: October 23 (Tuesday) 10:00-12:00

Venue: 1421, Block A, Zhixin Building

Title of the report: Using sociology to change our perception of disability: Is the disability fixed or mobile?

Speaker: Professor Sharon N. Barnartt

Moderator: Professor Ge Zhongming

Reporting time: October 23, 2018 (Tuesday) 10:00-12:00

Reporting location: 1421, Block A, Zhixin Building, Center Campus

Speaker profile:

     Sharon N. Barnartt, female, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology at Galladet University, USA. Mainly engaged in sociological research on the disabled, co-authored "Now the Deaf as the Principal: The Revolution of 1988 at Garrett University" (1995) and "Competitive Politics in the Disabled and Deaf Community" (2001) Wait. Published several papers on socioeconomic status and disability/deafness, legal and disability policy issues, and published a book on social movements in disability communities, former president of the American Society for Disability Research, Social Science Research and Disability Assistant editor, and serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Disability Policy Research.