Items where SHU Author is "Hodge, Nick"
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HODGE, Nick and RUNSWICK-COLE, Katherine (2013). 'They never pass me the ball’: exposing ableism through the leisure experiences of disabled children, young people and their families. Children's Geographies, 11 (3), 311-325.
HODGE, Nick (2013). Counselling, autism and the problem of empathy. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 41 (2), 105-116.
HODGE, Nick (2012). Counselling people labelled with asperger syndrome. In: FELTHAM, Colin and HORTON, Ian, (eds.) The SAGE handbook of counselling and psychotherapy. London, SAGE, 554-558.
CHECKLEY, Rebecca, REIDY, Lisa, CHANTLER, Susan, HODGE, Nick and HOLMES , Katie (2012). “Black white zebra orange orange”: How children with autism make use of computer-based voice output communication aids in their language and communication at school. Journal of Assistive Technologies, 6 (4), 245-258.
CHECKLEY, Rebecca, HODGE, Nick, CHANTLER, Susan, REIDY, Lisa and HOLMES, Katie (2010). What children on the autism spectrum have to ‘say’ about using high-tech voice output communication aids (VOCAs) in an educational setting. Journal of Assistive Technologies, 4 (1), 25-37.
RUNSWICK-COLE, Katherine and HODGE, Nick (2009). Needs or rights? A challenge to the discourse of special education. British Journal Of Special Education, 36 (4), 198-203.
HODGE, Nick and RUNSWICK-COLE, Katherine (2008). Problematising parent–professional partnerships in education. Disability & Society, 23 (6), 637-647.
HODGE, Nick (2008). Evaluating Lifeworld as an emancipatory methodology. Disability & Society, 23 (1), 29-40.
MADRIAGA, M., GOODLEY, D., HODGE, N. and MARTIN, N. (2008). Enabling transition into higher education for students with asperger syndrome. Project Report. Higher Education Academy.
HUNTER, C., HODGE, N.S., NIXON, J., PARR, S. and WILLIS, B. (2007). Disabled people’s experiences of anti-social behaviour and harassment in social housing: a critical review. Project Report. London, Disability Rights Commission.
HODGE, Nick (2005). Reflections on diagnosing autism spectrum disorders. Disability and Society, 20 (3), 345-349.