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“Falling on Deaf Ears”: Self-Harm, Self-Injury and Ourselves: Different Rules?

By Tony Osgood

Abstract

This accessible article considers the principles behind the terms self-injurious behaviour and self-harm; it considers the impact of the ecology on people with autism and/or intellectual disabilities, comparing the experiences of people with disabilities to those not considered disabled

Topics: HV1568
Year: 2005
OAI identifier: oai:kar.kent.ac.uk:33584

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