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Articles by Norman Kunc & Emma Van der Klift

  1. Kunc, Norman.(1983) Integration: Being Realistic Isn't Realistic Originally published in: Canadian Journal for Exceptional Children V.1,N.1.
  2. Kunc, Norman. (1992) The Need to Belong: Rediscovering Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.
    Originally published in: Villa, R., Thousand, J., Stainback, W. & Stainback, S. Restructuring for Caring & Effective Education. Baltimore: Paul Brookes.
  3. Van der Klift, Emma. (1993) The Human Service System: Pyramid or Circle?
  4. Van der Klift, Emma, & Kunc, Norman.(1994) Hell-Bent on Helping: Benevolence, Friendship, and the Politics of Help
    Originally published in: Thousand, J., Villa, R., Nevin, A. Creativity and Collaborative Learning: A Practical Guide to Empowering Students and Teachers. Baltimore: Paul Brookes.
  5. Kunc, Norman & Van der Klift, Emma.(1995) In Spite of My Disability Originally published in: Villa, R., Thousand, J.,The Inclusion Puzzle: Fitting the Pieces Together. Washington: The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
  6. Van der Klift, Emma.(1997) "We don’t know what we’re handing you"
  7. Van der Klift, Emma.(2010) "Talk To Me": Education Meets Hostage Negotiation Master's of Arts Thesis for the degree of Master Of Arts In Conflict Analysis And Management (Royal Roads University, Victoria BC).

An Interview with Norman Kunc

    1. Giangreco, Michael. (1996) "The Stairs Don't Go Anywhere!" A self-advocates reflections on specialized services and their impact on people with disabilities. Physical Disabilities: Education and Related Service, 14(2), 1 - 12

Inclusive Education

  1. Van der Klift, Emma, & Kunc, Norman. (1994) Hell-Bent on Helping: Benevolence, Friendship, and the Politics of Help
    Originally published in: Thousand, J., Villa, R., Nevin, A. Creativity and Collaborative Learning: A Practical Guide to Empowering Students and Teachers. Baltimore: Paul Brookes.
  2. Kunc, Norman. (1992) The Need to Belong: Rediscovering Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.
    Originally published in: Villa, R., Thousand, J., Stainback, W. & Stainback, S. Restructuring for Caring & Effective Education. Baltimore: Paul Brookes.
  3. Kunc, Norman. (1983) Integration: Being Realistic Isn't Realistic
    Originally published in: Canadian Journal for Exceptional Children V.1,N.1.

Medical Treatment (?) & Rehabilitation

  1. Giangreco, Michael. (1996) "The Stairs Don't Go Anywhere!" A self-advocates reflections on specialized services and their impact on people with disabilities. Physical Disabilities: Education and Related Service, 14(2), 1 - 12
  2. Davis Creal, Lee. (1999) The "Disability of Thinking" The "Disabled" Body. Course Paper for Ambiguous Bodies: Studies in Contemporary Sexuality, Masters Level English Course (6994.06), Professor Julia Creet, York University, Toronto, Canada.

Euthanasia & Physician Assisted Suicide

  1. Fact Sheet on Euthanasia & Physician Assisted Suicide
  2. 12 Problems With Assisted Suicide - Excerpt from the brief submitted to The Special Senate Committee on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide (Canada) by Dick Sobsey
  3. Were Kevorkin's "Patients" Terminal?
  4. Coleman, Dianne, Drake, Steve, Longmore, Paul. (1997) The REAL Hemlock Society What the Hemlock Society claims it believes about euthanizing people with disabilities and what it actually says.
  5. Compassionate Healthcare Network Association. (1994) Infanticide And Nonvoluntary Euthanasia As Practised In The Netherlands. Excerpt from "Physician Assisted Death: Is it Right For Canada?" Brief submitted to the by the CHN Senate Special Committee on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide, August, 1994.
  6. Derksen, Jim. (1995) Deadly Compassion - Fearsome Kindness:  Murdered in the Name of Kindness
  7. Frazee, Catherine. (1994)  A Wake Up Call: An interview with Catherine Frazee
  8. Frazee, Catherine. (1995) Our Lives Are Worth Living: Comments from a Vigil for Tracy Latimer
  9. Johnson, Mary. (1984) Right to Life, Fight to Die: The Elizabeth Bouvia Saga Originally published in The Disability Rag.
  10. Montgomery, Cal. (1998)  The Tactics of Survival
  11. Peterson, Iver. (1995) Kevorkain plays by own rules: 'Dr. Death' finally gets attention. New York Times article reprinted in the Montreal Gazette, Tuesday May 23, 1995.
  12. Sobsey, Dick. (1994) Susan Smith and Robert Latimer: A Tale of Two Murders. ICAD Nov. 23, 1994.
  13. Sobsey, Dick. (1994) An Illusion of Autonomy: Questioning Physician-Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia. Brief submitted to The Special Senate Committee on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide. Winnipeg, Manitoba. September 30, 1994.
  14. Van der Klift, Emma. (1997) "We don’t know what we’re handing you"
Articles from Mouth Magazine "The Voice of Disability Rights"
This is a selection of articles, also courtesy of Mouth Magazine that deal with medical discrimination, euthanasia and other threats to our existence.  You can subscribe to Mouth f you want to read more of what Mouth has to say about important issues affecting disabled people's civil rights.
  1. Bioethics: Introduction to Theories from Hell
  2. Euthanasia: A Choice for Doctors
  3. Medical Homicide Plays Vegas
  4. Kill That Cripple
In Memorium

Articles on Tracy Latimer

  1. Brief Overview and Case Chronology of Latimer Case
  2. Supreme Court of Canada's Judgement on Robert Latimer's Appeal
  3. Derksen, Jim. (1995) Deadly Compassion - Fearsome Kindness:  Murdered in the Name of Kindness
  4. Frazee, Catherine. (1994)  A Wake Up Call: An interview with Catherine Frazee
  5. Frazee, Catherine. (1995) Our Lives Are Worth Living: Comments from a Vigil for Tracy Latimer
  6. Koch, Tom. (2001) Disabled are not Dogs - Vancouver Sun
  7. Sobsey, Dick. (1994) Susan Smith and Robert Latimer: A Tale of Two Murders. ICAD Nov. 23, 1994.
  8. Sobsey, Dick. (1994) An Illusion of Autonomy: Questioning Physician-Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia. Brief submitted to The Special Senate Committee on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide. Winnipeg, Manitoba. September 30, 1994.

Wrongful Incarceration / Unfair Judicial Treatment

  1. Condron, Tom. (1994) Reasonable Doubt: The Case of Richard Lapoint. Originally Published in Northeast Magazine Hartford Courant 2/21/94
  2. The Richard Lapointe Case Chronology

Disability Studies

  1. Giangreco, Michael. (1996) "The Stairs Don't Go Anywhere!" A self-advocates reflections on specialized services and their impact on people with disabilities. Physical Disabilities: Education and Related Service, 14(2), 1 - 12
  2. (1993) Van der Klift, Emma & Kunc, Norman. The Human Service System: Pyramid or Circle?
  3. Kunc, Norman & Van der Klift, Emma. (1995) In Spite of My Disability Originally published in: Villa, R., Thousand, J.,The Inclusion Puzzle: Fitting the Pieces Together. Washington: The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development..
  4. Davis Creal, Lee. (1999) The "Disability of Thinking" The "Disabled" Body. Course Paper for Ambiguous Bodies: Studies in Contemporary Sexuality, Masters Level  English Course (6994.06), Professor Julia Creet, York University, Toronto, Canada.