**** Instructions: Please read the attached file before start writing. TITLE: create a title for your collective review.
- BIBLIOGRAPHIC ENTRY: Complete citation (reference) for book
- SUMMARY: 5-6 sentences summarizing what the book is about, generally.
- REVIEW: A review of the book from a Disability Studies perspective (2-3 pages in length).
Answer the following questions:
- What is the author’s positionality?
- How does this positionality impact, influence, or shape the author’s subject matter? Provide evidence for your reasoning.
- Who is the target audience? Provide evidence for your reasoning.
- In what ways (if at all) does this book inform nondisabled people about disability?
- In what ways does this book reinforce or promote the diversity framework of disability? Provide evidence (e.g., examples from the book) that supports your claim.
- In what ways does this book change your thinking about disability? Provide evidence (e.g., examples from the book) that supports your claim. Go beyond in your thinking; I don’t want “I really liked or did not like the book, because…”. I want to know how it changed your thinking about disability in terms of learning something that you did not know before.)
- Based on your answers to Questions 5 and 6, would this be a book you would assign in a disability studies course? Explain your reasoning.
- More generally, would you recommend this book to others? Why or why not?