Disability Interviews

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Directions: Please review the following components of this assignment.

  • Students will interview 3 persons without disabilities and 1 person with a disability. This person can be a relative, friend, or stranger (not encouraged). The interview must be conducted in person. Students will then write a 2-3 page summary of the interview(s).
  • Questions to be asked of people without a disability: (1) what does disability mean to you; (2) what would you think and how would you feel if you acquired a disability; (3) do you have any friends/family/acquaintances who have a disability;
  • Questions to be asked of person with a disability: (1) what does disability mean to you; (2) what would you want people without disabilities to know regarding disability
  • Prepare a 2-3 page write-up on the information that you have gathered [note: you should prepare follow-up questions to ask as well]. Each paper will consist of responses that you received and any trends that you noticed across the interview participants.The paper will also include a write-up on what you had learned as a result of completing the activity.Only use the first name in your write-up.
  • First Names
  • Meklit - girl
  • Simon - boy
  • Jordan - boy
  • Peggy - old lady in a wheelchair and nursing home

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Running head: DISABILITY INTERVIEWS

Disability Interviews
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DISABILITY INTERVIEWS

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Disability Interviews

Over the last few days, I had a chance to interact with several people who are close
friends and some are relatives. I engaged them in an interview with the topic of disability is the
theme of the interaction. One of the notable issues that I could see is that they all had differing
perspectives towards the matter and gave very solid arguments towards the same. While I could
not tell the accuracy of their arguments, all I could tell is that they believed in what they said
based on the effort each of them put, to defend their argument. Nevertheless, I could only have
one deduction that the impact of disability can be affected by the attitude of the beholder. Below
are among the major points raised by the interviewees.
Arguments Raised by the Interv...


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