Communicating Autism on the Internet The Emerging of Neurodiversity Movement in Indonesia
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This doctoral thesis aims to provide a study of Autism and advocacy movement on the internet from Indonesian cultural context by applying a critical disability studies approach. The thesis concludes that Autism culture on the internet, in the form of the neurodiversity movement, provide a form of self-awareness among some Autistics in this study – to view themselves beyond the medical definition of Autism that perceives them as ‘disabled’ by a mainstream or neurotypical culture.
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