Cserti-Szauer Csilla, Sándor Anikó : Editorial Preface

Sokszínű lapszámunkat két olyan személynek ajánljuk, akik nélkül a fogyatékos emberek mozgalma és a fogyatékosságtudomány nem lenne olyan, amilyennek ma ismerjük. Hale Zukas (1943-2022) és Judith „Judy” Heumann (1947-2023) A 21. század általunk megélt évtizedeiben meglehetősen összetett feladat a tudományos tartalomszolgáltatás. Egyrészt amiatt, mert erős a verseny a sokféle akadémiai lap között, másrészt pedig azért, … Read more

DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2023.1.1

Könczei György, Hernádi Ilona : Debates Unmasked A polemic essay on our scientific debates in Disability Studies – typology, framings and their role in constituting knowledge.

This polemic essay is a contribution to the international literature on scientific debates. It interprets and typifies the nature of scientific debates, analyses their functions and places them in new conceptual contexts. Its general conclusions about the scientific debates are embedded in the results of internal debates in the field of Disability Studies and Critical... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2023.1.2

Gereben Ferencné, Sándor Anikó : It will be easier together. Considerations for reviving our scientific dialogues.

The aim of this paper is to examine the history, current situation and possible directions of the Hungarian scientific discourse, by combining the perspectives of special education and Disability Studies in a selfcritical and self-reflective way. Without the pretense of completeness, it revives typical scientific questions that arose at conferences and in articles during the... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2023.1.3

Szirmai Viktória, Schuchmann Júlia, Uzzoli Annamária : The socio-spatial features of the COVID-19 pandemic: the formation of new disability issues (global and Hungarian trends)

In the period of the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, the scientific community had only little knowledge about the nature of this virus. The regional appearance of the infection was particularly undiscovered, and we knew very little about the social and residential situation of those affected by the disease. Only a few international studies... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2023.1.4

Namomsa Daraje Gutama : Disability and response to COVID-19. On social protection in Sub-Saharan African countries – The case of Ethiopia

Across the world, it is estimated that there are more than one billion people living with disabilities and facing the intensified risk of poverty. This situation has dramatically increased since the occurrence of the COVID-19 pandemic. Ethiopia is a country having more than one hundred million people; from this the number of disabled people was... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2023.1.5

Fazekas-Vinkovits Ágnes Sarolta : What is behind the buzzwords. Mainstreaming Inclusion and Diversity in the CHARM-EU Alliance.

The study purposefully describes the work of CHARM-EU (CHallenge-driven, Accessible, Research-based, Mobile European University) European University Alliance in diversity, access, participation, and social inclusion. In a comprehensive way and from the point of view Working Group 6: inclusiveness points out the main opportunities and challenges that impacted the planning, implementation, and evaluation processes. Between 2019... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2023.1.6

Czakó Gabriela, Szalay Anna Lilla : “The two of us, the two of us together...” Exploring the topics of relationships and sexuality – experiences of a participatory research project

This study provides insight into a participatory, qualitative research. Its main topics are romantic relationships and sexuality among people with disabilities. Six adults with intellectual disabilities took part in the research, and they told their stories and told us about their connection to the topic using the PhotoVoice method. The research was conducted by the... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2023.1.7

Span Stefania, Clementi Patrizia, Arbulla Deborah : Accessible museum. Easy Language and Augmentative and Alternative Communication for science education

In addition to physical barriers, many people also face so-called cultural barriers every day: these are most evident in the area of access to information. By providing the right tools, these barriers can also be overcome in order to talk about real inclusion and real participation in society. The project Cooperativa Sociale Trieste Integrazione a... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2023.1.9

Leskelä Leealaura ; Kulkki-Nieminen Auli : A guide for authors of literary texts in simplified language

We have prepared a Hungarian translation of four pages from the original Finnish literature. The authors summarize the rules for writing easily understandable literary texts. Although there are examples of contemporary writers and poets producing literary works that are easy to understand from the outset, the rules for rewriting existing literary works in an easy-to-understand... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2023.1.10