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ERIC Number: ED529363
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2011-Apr-6
Pages: 328
Abstractor: ERIC
Reference Count: 0
ISBN: ISBN-978-0-4158-8437-2
ISSN: N/A
International Case Studies of Dyslexia. Routledge Research in Education
Anderson, Peggy L., Ed.; Meier-Hedde, Regine, Ed.
Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
Dyslexia is a disability that exists in all countries that have high expectations for literacy. The inability to read in spite of normal intellectual potential represents one of the most puzzling educational challenges for literate societies, regardless of the culture or language. This book examines medical, psychological, educational, and sociological data from comprehensive case studies of preteen dyslexic children, in order to profile the disability as it occurs in seventeen different nations. Interviews with the children and their parents reveal how children with dyslexia are identified and treated around the world, and provide a look at various perceptions of dyslexia and its challenges. Researchers and practitioners in education, psychology, and health-related professions will find this case book to be an excellent reference. Parents of children with dyslexia will find the advocacy recommendations helpful. Contents of this book include: (1) Introduction to the Study (Peggy L. Anderson and Regine Meier-Hedde); (2) Felix, a Case Study of Dyslexia in France (Gilles Leloup and Liliane Sprenger-Charolles); (3) Hassan, a Case Study of Dyslexia in Egypt (Soad A. Shahin); (4) Ka-ho, a Case Study of Dyslexia in China (Steven S. W. Chu, Kevin K. H. Chung and Fuk-chuen Ho); (5) Percy, a Case Study of Dyslexia in India (Sunil Karande and Rukhshana F. Sholapurwala); (6) Johan, a Case Study of Dyslexia in Sweden (Gunnel Ingesson); (7) Alon, a Case Study of Dyslexia in Israel (Talya Gur and David Share); (8) Jacob, a Case Study of Dyslexia in Canada (Ronald W. Stringer, Barbara Bobrow and Brenda Linn); (9) Christian, a Case Study of Dyslexia in Germany (Regine Meier-Hedde); (10) Janko, a Case Study of Dyslexia in Hungary (Eva Gyarmathy); (11) Xavi, a Case Study of Dyslexia in Spain (Rosa Maria Gonzalez Seijas); (12) Joao, a Case Study of Dyslexia in Brazil (Simone Aparecida Capellini, Giseli Donadon Germano, Fabio Henrique Pinheiro, Maria Dalva Lourencetti, Lara Cristina Antunes dos Santos and Niura Aparecida de Moura Ribeiro Padula); (13) Yiannis, a Case Study of Dyslexia in Greece (Christos Skaloumbakas); (14) Taku, a Case Study of Dyslexia in Japan (Akira Uno and Jun Yamada); (15) Vicente, a Case Study of Dyslexia in Chile (Arturo Pinto Guevara); (16) Gwyn, a Case Study of Dyslexia in Australia (Christina E. van Kraayenoord); (17) Valeriy, a Case Study of Dyslexia in Russia (Olga Borisovna Inshakova and Maria Arkhipova); (18) Jim, a Case Study of Dyslexia in the United States (Peggy L. Anderson); and (19) Cross-Case Analysis and Reflection (Peggy L. Anderson and Regine Meier-Hedde).
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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Identifiers: France; Egypt; China; India; Sweden; Israel; Canada; Germany; Hungary; Spain; Brazil; Greece; Japan; Chile; Australia; Russia; United States