Jason Ellis is an associate professor at Ashland University in Ohio.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Documenting Life Narratives as Digital Video: Anchoring Instruction to Student Documentaries to Reduce Stigma on Campus

Presenters will demonstrate how anchoring instruction to life narratives of individuals with disabilities, in the form of digital video documentaries, can reduce stigma on college campuses.

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Anishinabek Spirituality: Traversing Grief and Loss

This paper attempts to define dimensions of difference through investigating how spiritual practices, of First Nations populations in Canada, can affect an individual’s sense of grieving.

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Cochlear Implantation and Deaf Culture: Modern Miracle or Cultural Genocide

This paper observes the current polar perspectives on the Cochlear implant debate through an extensive literature review.

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Of Class, Culture, and Accountability

This paper provides an overview of contemporary educational policy and processes of accountability in primary and secondary education in, Canada, New Zealand and the United States.

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The Marginalization of Women with HIV and AIDS

This paper discusses two case studies of women diagnosed with HIV and AIDS and suggests a social and educational response to those living with HIV and AIDS.

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Shifting Identity and the Cognitive Assimilation of Labels: Family Perceptions of Stigma and Mental Illness

This paper provides insight into the lived experiences of family members of individuals with mental illness and their struggles with shifting identity.

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Published online: January 15, 2016

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