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Abbot, D. & Howarth, J. (2007): Still of Limits? Staff views on supporting Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual People with Intellectual Disabilities to develop sexual and intimate relationships. In: Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual disabilities, Vol20 (2), 116-126.

Almquvist, P. & Granlund, M. (2005): Participation in school environment of children an youth with disabilities. In: Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, Vol.46, 305-314.

Australian Bureau of Statistics. (2014): Personal Safety Survey, 2012: Females experience of violence during the last 12 months, disability status, relative standard error [data set]. Retrieved March 16, 2017 from http://www.abs.gov.au/AUSSTATS/abs@.nsf/DetailsPage/4906.02012?OpenDocument

Badia, M., Orgaz, M., Verdugo, M. & Ullan, A. (2013): Patterns and determinants of leisure participation of growth and adults with developmental disabilities. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 57(4), 319-332.

Barr, L. C. (2012): Disability Services Commissioner learning from complaints: Safeguarding people’s right to be free from abuse (Occasional paper, no. 1). Retrieved from Disability Services Commissioner Victoria website http://www.odsc.vic.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/OccasionalPaper1.rtf

Benedet, J., & Grant, I. (2014). Sexual assault and the meaning of power and authority for women with mental disabilities.Feminist Legal Studies, 22(2), 131-154.

Casale-Giannola, D., Kamens, M. (2006): Inclusion at a university: Experiences of a young woman with down syndrome. In: Mental retardation, Vol.44 (5), 344-352.

de Waele, I.; van Hove, G. (2005): Modern Times: an ethnographic study on the quality of life of people with a high support need in a Flemish residential facility. In: Disability & Society 20 (6), S. 625–640.

Dowse, L., Soldatic, K., Didi, A., Frohmader, C., & van Toorn, G. (2013): Stop the Violence: Addressing Violence Against Women and Girls with Disabilities in Australia. Background Paper. Retrieved from Western Sydney University ResearchDirect website http://researchdirect.westernsydney.edu.au/islandora/object/uws:36865

Dyson, S., Frawley, P., & Robinson, S. (2017): “Whatever it takes”: Access for women with disabilities to domestic and domestic violence services: Final report (ANROWS Horizons, 05/2017). Sydney: ANROWS.

Finch, N., Lawton, D., Williams, J. & Sloper, P. (2001): Young Disabled People and Sport. SPRU, The University of York.

Forster, V. et. Al. (2004): People with learning disabilities & same sex relationships. Edinburgh: Scottish Community Action Research Fund.

Forschungsberichte: https://www.katho-nrw.de/katho-nrw/forschung-entwicklung/forschungsberichte/ (zuletzt gesichtet am 10.04.2019) 

Frohmader, C. (2014): Gender blind, gender neutral: The effectiveness of the National Disability Strategy in improving the lives of women and girls with disabilities. Retrieved from Women With Disabilities Australia website http://wwda.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/WWDA_Sub_NDS_Review2014.pdf    

Germain, R. (2004): An exploratory study using cameras and Talking Mats to access the views of young people with learning disabilities on their out-of-school activities. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 32(4), 170–174.

Hartley, Sigan L. & MacLean Jr., W. E. (2006): A review of the reliability and validity of Likert-type Scales for people with intellectual disability. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 50(11), 813–827.

Hyun-Sok, P., Gerdin, J. et. Al. (1998): Applying the Particpatory Action Research Model to the study of social Inclusion at worksites. In: Research & Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, Vol.23 (3), 189-202.

Jivraj, J., Sacrey, L. A., Newton, A., Nicholas, D., & Zwaigenbaum, L. (2014): Assessing the influence of researcher-partner involvement on the process and outcomes of participatory research in autism spectrum disorder and neurodevelopmental disorders: a scoping review. Autism, 18(7), 782-793.

Karban, K., Paley, C., & Willcock, K. (2013): Towards support: evaluating a move to independent living. Housing, Care & Support, 16(2), 85-94.

McVilly, K. R., Burton-Smith, R. M. & Davidson, J. A. (2000): Concurrence between Subject and Proxy Ratings of Quality of Life for People with and without Intellectual Disabilities. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 25(1), 19-39.

Mental Health Legal Centre. (n.d.): [Beyond doubt: The experiences of people with disabilities reporting crime. Submission no. 2]. Retrieved from Victorian Equal Opportunity & Human Rights Commission website http://www.humanrightscommission.vic.gov.au/index.php/component/k2/item/619-experiences-of-people-with-disabilities-reporting-crime

Nicolaidis, C., Raymaker, D., Katz, M., Oschwald, M., Goe, R., Leotti, S., . . . Partnering with People with Disabilities to Address Violence, C. (2015): Community-Based Participatory Research to Adapt Health Measures for Use by People With Developmental Disabilities. Progress in Community Health Partnerships, 9(2), 157-170.

Radermacher, H.L. (2006): Participatory Action Research with people with disabilities: Exploring experiences of participation. Doctoral thesis at the school of Psychology at the Victoria University.

Reiff, H.B. (2004): Reframing the Learning Disability Experience Redux. In: Learning Disabilities Research and Practice, Vol.19 (3), 185-198.

Ruef, M.B. & Turnbull, A.P. (2002): The perspective of Individuals with Cognitive Disabilities and/or Autism on their lives and their problem behaviour. In: Research & Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, Vol.27 (2), 125-140.

Salmon, N. (2013): ’We just stick together’: how disabled teens negotiate stigma to create lasting friendship. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 57(4), 347-358.

Stewart, R. & Bhagwanjee, A. (1999): Promoting group empowerment and self reliance through participatory research: a case study of people with physical disability. In: Disability and Rehabilitation, Vol. 21 (7), 338-345.

Terlizzi, M. (1997): Talking about work: I used to talk about nothing else, I was excited and it got a bit too much for my parents. In: Disability & Society, Vol.12 (4), 501-511.

The Centre for Disability Studies Inclusive Research Network Affiliate of The University of Sydney, NSW, Australia (2012): Life as a Worker: An Inclusive Research Approach to Exploring the Experiences of People with Intellectual Disabilities, ASID 47th Annual Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, November 2012

The Centre for Disability Studies Inclusive Research Network Affiliate of The University of Sydney, NSW, Australia (2013): Being and Keeping Healthy: An Inclusive Research Approach to exploring the experiences of People with Intellectual Disabilities, IASSIDD 3rd Asia Pacific Regional Conference, Tokyo, Japan, August, 2013

The Centre for Disability Studies Inclusive Research Network Affiliate of The University of Sydney, NSW, Australia (2013): We Like to Keep Learning:  An inclusive research approach to exploring the educational experiences of people with intellectual disabilities, ASID 48th Annual Conference, Sydney, Australia, November 2013

The Centre for Disability Studies Inclusive Research Network Affiliate of The University of Sydney, NSW, Australia (2014): Inclusive research: Opening up a new frontier, NDS Research into Action Conference, 26-27 May 2014

The Centre for Disability Studies Inclusive Research Network Affiliate of The University of Sydney, NSW, Australia (2014): What does the NDIS mean for me:? An Inclusive Research approach to exploring the views of people with  disability,  ASID 49th Annual Conference, Fremantle, Australia,  November 2014

The Centre for Disability Studies Inclusive Research Network Affiliate of The University of Sydney, NSW, Australia (2015): “We have rights, you know” An Inclusive Research Approach to Exploring the Views of People with Intellectual Disability on their everyday  experiences of their rights in 4 areas identified by the Convention,  ASID 50th Annual Conference, Melbourne, Australia, November 2015

The Centre for Disability Studies Inclusive Research Network Affiliate of The University of Sydney, NSW, Australia (2016): Inclusive research: Opening up a new frontier, IASSIDD World Congress, Melbourne, Australia,  14-19 August 2016

The Centre for Disability Studies Inclusive Research Network Affiliate of The University of Sydney, NSW, Australia (2016): “We have rights, you know” An Inclusive Research Approach to Exploring the Views of People with Intellectual Disability on their everyday  experiences of their rights in 4 areas identified by the Convention, IASSIDD World Congress, Melbourne , Australia, 14-19 August 2016

The Centre for Disability Studies Inclusive Research Network Affiliate of The University of Sydney, NSW, Australia (2016):  Quality Checkers and Organisational Person Centredness: An Inclusive Research Approach, IASSIDD World Congress, Melbourne, Australia,  14-19 August 2016

Thimm, A.; Dieckmann, F. & Röhm, I. (2016): Einstellungsänderung bei Jugendlichen durch das Begegnungsangebot "Sozialführerschein". Heilpädagogische Forschung, 42(3), 142-153.

Women, disability and violence: Barriers to accessing justice. Final reportAttard, M., & Price-Kelly, S. (2010): Accommodating violence: The experience of domestic violence and people with disability living in licensed boarding houses. Retrieved from People with Disability Australia website http://www.pwd.org.au/documents/pubs/Accommodating%20Violence%20Report.pdf (zuletzt gesichtet am 10.04.2019)