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Journal of Disability Policy Studies

Journal of Disability Policy Studies


eISSN: 15384802 | ISSN: 10442073 | Current volume: 31 | Current issue: 2 Frequency: Quarterly

Addresses compelling variable issues in ethics, policy and law related to individuals with disabilities. Regular features include "From My Perspective," which discusses issues confronting a particular disability discipline or area, and "Point/Counterpoint" which addresses timely ethical issues affecting individuals with disabilities.

Journal of Disability Policy Studies is available electronically on SAGE Journals Online at http://journals.sagepub.com/home/dps.


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The Journal of Disability Policy Studies addresses compelling, variable issues in ethics, policy, and law related to individuals with disabilities. A major focus is quantitative and qualitative policy research. Articles have implications in fields such as education, law, sociology, public health, family studies, medicine, social work, and public administration. Occasional special series discuss current problems or areas needing more in-depth research, for example, disability and aging, policy concerning families of children with disabilities, oppression and disability, school violence policies and interventions, and systems change in supporting individuals with disabilities.

Editors
Mitchell Yell University of South Carolina, USA
James G. Shriner University of Illinois, USA
Associate Editors
David E. Barrett Clemson University, USA
Nicholas A. Gage University of Florida, USA
Gerda Kumpiene Glenville State College, USA
Mickey Losinski Kansas State University, USA
Michael E. Rozalski State University of New York at Geneseo, USA
Consulting Editors
Susan Albrecht Rutgers University, USA
R. Allan Allday University of Kentucky, USA
Kate Ascetta University of South Carolina, USA
Paul M. A. Baker Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Sarah L. Ballard Illinois State University, USA
Cynthia Baughan Anderson University, USA
M. Renee Bradley U.S. Office of Special Education Programs, USA
Kevin P. Brady University of Arkansas, USA
Meghan Burke University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Elizabeth Charron Clemson University, USA
Li-Ju Chen Chang Gung University
Hyun-jeong Cho University of Kansas, USA
Terrye Conroy University of South Carolina, USA
Vivian Correa University of North Carolina-Charlotte, USA
Michael Couvillon Drake University, USA
Jean Crockett University of Florida, USA
Marco Garrido Cumbrera Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
Eleni Didaskalou University of Thessaly, Greece
Cynthia Dieterich Baldwin Wallace University, USA
Erik Drasgow University of South Carolina, USA
Liesel Ebersohn University of Pretoria, South Africa
Susan K. Etscheidt University of Northern Iowa, USA
Mary Evans University of South Florida, USA
Iddo Gal, Ph.D University of Haifa, Israel
Genevieve Graaf University of Texas at Arlington, USA
Beth Handler University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
Kelly Henderson George Mason University, Australia
Robert Hock University of South Carolina, USA
Denise Hoffman Mathematica Policy Research, USA
Daniel Holland The Neurobehavior Center of Minnesota, USA
Todd Honeycutt Mathematica Policy Research, USA
Andrew Houtenville University of New Hampshire, USA
Hsien-Yuan Hsu National Taiwan Normal University
Song Ju Texas A&M University, USA
Antonis Katsiyannis Clemson University, USA
Jae Kennedy Washington State University, Spokane, USA
Dongil Kim Seoul National University, South Korea
Nancy Koroloff Portland State University, USA
Larry Kortering Appalachian State University, USA
Leena Jo Landmark Sam Houston State University, USA
Timothy J. Lewis University of Missouri, USA
Yi-Fan Li Texas A&M University, USA
Kun Liu East China Normal University, China
Gina Livermore Mathematica Policy Research, USA
K. Alisa Lowrey University of Southern Mississippi, USA
David Mank Indiana University, USA
Valerie Mazzotti University of North Carolina-Charlotte, USA
Anjali Misra SUNY at Potsdam, USA
David Mitchell University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Sophie Mitra Fordham University, USA
Nancy R. Mudrick Syracuse University, USA
Sean M. Murphy Weill Cornell Medicine, USA
Shelly L. Neilsen Gatti University of St. Thomas, USA
Insoo Oh Ewha Womans University, South Korea
Xi Pan Texas State University, USA
Jamie Pearson North Carolina State University, USA
Anthony Plotner University of South Carolina, USA
Angela M. Prince Iowa State University, USA
Amanda Reichard University of New Hampshire, USA
Chad A. Rose University of Missouri, USA
Dawn Rowe East Tennessee State University, USA
Harvey A. Rude University of Northern Colorado, USA
Mark Samudre University of South Carolina, USA
Jody Schimmel Hyde Mathematica Policy Research, USA
Richard K. Scotch University of Texas at Dallas, USA
Karrie A. Shogren University of Kansas, USA
Carl R. Smith Iowa State University, USA
Gregory W. Smith University of Southern Mississippi, USA
David Stapleton Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.
Chelsea Stinnett University of South Carolina, USA
Martha L. Thurlow University of Minnesota–Minneapolis
Jason C. Travers Temple University, USA
Khoa Truong Clemson University, USA
Andrea L. Vick University of Toronto, Canada
Mian Wang University of California-Santa Barbara, USA
Jade Wexler University of Maryland, USA
Kendra Williams-Diehm University of Oklahoma, USA
Elizabeth Wood Washington State University, USA
Sheng Xu Chongqing Normal University, China
Juhye Yook Korea Nazarene University, South Korea
Dake Zhang Rutgers University, USA
Dalun Zhang Texas A&M University, USA
Perry A. Zirkel Lehigh University, USA
Nina Zuna University of Texas at Austin, USA
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    Any questions should be directed to the editorial officeJournal Contact Information

    Dr. Mitchell Yell
    University of South Carolina
    Department of Educational Studies
    Wardlaw 235G
    Columbia, South Carolina 29208
    803.777.5279
    Fax: 803.777.2824
    E-mail: myell@gwm.sc.edu

    Dr. James Shriner
    University of Illinois
    Department of Special Education
    1310 S. Sixth Street, Room 288
    Champaign, IL 61820
    217.333.0260
    E-mail: jshriner@illinois.edu​​​​​​​

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