Each page is a different assignment. Page 1- discuss these questions 1. Identify

Each page is a different assignment.
Page 1- discuss these questions
1. Identify the major models used to describe and understand disability. What did people find useful about some of these models? What are the problems with them?
2. Give some examples of the kinds of barriers, physical or otherwise, that disabled people often face. What responsibility does society have to address these barriers?
3. How might disability studies change the way you think about other subjects in school: history, psychology, cultural studies, medicine, or any other discipline?
Page 2- discuss these questions
What is your definition of a “normal family”— or can be? Do you think a new definition of family is starting to emerge in our society? If so, how do you see that in your own life or community? If not, why not? What experiences do you have with alternative family structures in general? Discuss why it is important for us to understand the innate differences between family and the definitions which drive us.
Resources to read for page 2 Here are a few interesting videos on defining ‘family’ to help you navigate the module this week.
American Family: Re-Defined https://ed.ted.com/on/jIYhPLpj

• Karney, B. J., & Bradbury, T. N. (1995). The longitudinal course of marital quality and stability: A review of theory, method, and research. Psychological Bulletin, 118 (1), 3-34.
• https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Thomas_Bradbury2/publication/15553760_The_longitudinal_course_of_marital_quality_and_stability_A_review_of_theory_method_and_research/links/55e6104908aede0b57376651/The-longitudinal-course-of-marital-quality-and-stability-A-review-of-theory-method-and-research.pdf lity-and-stability-A-review-of-theory-method-and-research.pdf

• Gottman, J. M., & Levenson (1999). How Stable is Martial Interaction Overtime?
• https://bpl.berkeley.edu/docs/58-How%20stable99.pdf
pag 3 – answer these questions
• What race do you identify with?
• How do you think your racial identity influences your “standpoint–your location in society” (Ore 2014, 17)?
Attached the article to answer