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Contents A Foreword by Lucy Clark 4 Preface by Petra Bijorn & Magnus Bijorn 7 Introduction 10 Chapter 1 Developing Images of normal and influence upon concepts of normality. 17 Chapter 2 Developing concepts of the autistic and typical spectrums. 32 Chapter 3 The individual, family and society: More on how ideas of normality have changed 49 Chapter 4 A typical day and a typical conversation (implications and ¿know-how¿ for conversing with others) 67 Chapter 5 Whose mind do we have? Knowing one another. 88 Chapter 6 Autism, sexuality and normal 94 Chapter 7 Whose normal is it anyway? By Dr. Dinah Murray 103 Chapter 8 Inclusive and accepting or exclusive and rejecting? Understanding self and other. 129 Chapter 9 The Mismeasure of Autism: The Basis for Current Autism ¿Advocacy¿ Estee Klar-Wolfond. 142 Chapter 10 Changing the status Quo so that it does not change me but allows me to develop my fullest potential 181 References Resources
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Autism -- Social aspects.