Stop Depicting Technology As Redeeming Disabled People

The great editors at Nursing Clio published a recent article from me last week called “Stop Depicting Technology as Redeeming Disabled People.”https://nursingclio.org/2019/04/23/stop-depicting-technology-as-redeeming-disabled-people/

This one has “the corn story” for people that know the reference. 😀

I owe a great debt of gratitude to the NC editorial team, Dr. David Perry, and Dr. Melanie Kiechle for helping me make it flow and thinking it was publishable. And, as always, my scholar-colleagues Drs. Cora Olson and Monique Dufour help me in so many ways.

Mallory Kay Nelson asked for an audio recording, which I made and am happy to send to folks — haven’t figured out a good way of uploading on wordpress yet.

Update: I figured it out. Here’s the audio version:

Audio recording of Ashley Shew reading Nursing Clio article “Stop Depicting Technology as Redeeming Disabled People”


Author: techanddis

Dr. Ashley Shew, Assistant Professor, Virginia Tech. Please address queries to shew@vt.edu.

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