The history of self-advocacy for people with learning difficulties
Robert Martin
Self-advocacy in historical perspective
Patterns of culture & power after ‘The Great Release’
A new movement in an old bureaucracy
Japanese culture and the philosophy of self-advocacy
Is my story so different from yours? Comparing life stories, experiences of institutionalization and self-advocacy in England and Iceland
Challenging the monologue about silent sterilization
Learning about self-advocacy from life history
Narrating, writing, reading
Mental Retardation in America
A New Kind of Trainer How to Develop the Training Role for People with Learning Disabilities
Beyond the Water Towers