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Biographical Ruptures and Their Repair: Cultural Transitions in Development


reviewed by Colleen A. Thoma, Lauren Puglia, Holly Whittenburg, Gabrielle Pickover & Whitney Ham June 07, 2016

coverTitle: Biographical Ruptures and Their Repair: Cultural Transitions in Development
Author(s): Amrei C. Joerchel and Gerhard Benetka
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1623968380, Pages: 274, Year: 2015
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: June 07, 2016
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21026, Date Accessed: 12/11/2017 12:33:43 AM

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  • Colleen Thoma
    Virginia Commonwealth University
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    COLLEEN A. THOMA is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Counseling and Special Education at Virginia Commonwealth University. Her research focuses on the transition from school to adult life for youth with disabilities, including self-determination, teacher preparation, policy development, postsecondary education and application of universal design to transition. In 2014, was received the Oliver P. Kolstoe Award for contributions to transition other than teaching from the Division on Career Development and Transition. She was awarded a Switzer Distinguished Research Fellowship (NIDRR) in 2012, which provided the opportunity to conduct a qualitative study of postsecondary programs for individuals with intellectual disability. She has authored over 150 articles, books, book chapters, and national/international presentations at professional conferences. She is a Fellow of the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, and is the current President of the Education Division of that organization.
  • Lauren Puglia
    Virginia Commonwealth University
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    LAUREN PUGLIA, M.Ed. is a doctoral student in Special Education and Disability Policy at Virginia Commonwealth University and a member of the Research to Policy Advocacy leadership cohort. Her research interests include the use of assistive technology and transition outcomes for individuals with disabilities.
  • Holly Whittenburg
    Virginia Commonwealth University
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    HOLLY WHITTENBURG, M.Ed., M.A.Ed., is a doctoral student in Special Education and Disability Policy at Virginia Commonwealth University and a member of the Research to Policy Advocacy leadership cohort. Her research interests include transition planning and employment for young adults with autism spectrum disorder.
  • Gabrielle Pickover
    Virginia Commonwealth University
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    GABRIELLE PICKOVER, M.Ed., is a doctoral student in Special Education and Disability Policy at Virginia Commonwealth University and a member of the Research to Policy Advocacy leadership cohort. Her research interests include secondary and transition education for youth with emotional and behavior disorders.
  • Whitney Ham
    Virginia Commonwealth University
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    WHITNEY HAM, M.S., is a doctoral student in Special Education and Disability Policy at Virginia Commonwealth University and a member of the Research to Policy Advocacy leadership cohort. Her research interests include supports that facilitate the transition to employment for youth with autism and other developmental disabilities.
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