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Disability & Deafness in North East Africa

Egypt, Sudan, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia

Introduction and Bibliography, mainly non–medical, with historical material and some annotation

Compiled, introduced and annotated by M. Miles
West Midlands, UK
m99miles@hotmail.com

For a list of abbreviations used in this document, consult the glossary.

Introduction

The following bibliography, currently with c. 520 items, focuses on social, educational and psychological responses to disability and deafness in North East Africa, with some material from the medical and scientific fields where it overlaps with social and individual living. Purely biomedical or pharmaceutical material, and newspaper or magazine articles, are omitted unless there is very little other relevant material available for a given period and place. Very little internet material is shown. (There is certainly much interesting information on the net; so people with web access can make searches using keywords of their own choice and interest, using their judgement about the quality or problems in whatever they may find.)

* NO POLITICAL OR RELIGIOUS VIEWPOINT IS INTENDED OR IMPLIED IN THE COMPILATION OF ANY PART OF THIS BIBLIOGRAPHY *

Version 3.03, 10 March 2006

© Copyright 2006 M. Miles / CIRRIE
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