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We currently observe a rise in new types and uses of the classification of people with dis/abilities, especially targeting and marginalizing individuals at the transition stage. Othering and problem-categorization are characteristics across educational settings and practices. They are intertwined in policy, administration, evidence-based practices, and transition. They are built into pragmatically adopted social perceptions and marginalized procedures. They are taken up in everyday life to handle self and others, in ever-new rounds of medicalization, and generally as self-presentations in daily life, including career opportunities. This implicates and challenges special education as well as other human sciences.
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Yvonne Moreno, PhD.
Gail Gale, PhD
Sergio Madrid-Aranda, Special Education, Augsburg University.
OG 112. Augsburg University.