England and Autism

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Arnold, L., Milton, D., Beardon, L. and Chown, N. (2021). England and Autism. in: Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders Springer Nature.
AuthorsArnold, L., Milton, D., Beardon, L. and Chown, N.
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The history of Autism is a discourse (Waltz 2013), a journey through a disputed landscape, whose territories are alternatively staked by Politics, Education, Society, and Culture. It is diachronic in nature, as the knowledge of the present is built upon the past, but a diachronic that has progressed differently in different states, at different rates as each impact upon each other. Essentially its origins are lost in myth (Frith 1992) but its presence has always been felt in one way or another, even before the concept of autism was framed in the Western psychiatric narrative.

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Book titleEncyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders
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Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-91280-6
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