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I am an Autistic person,not a person with autism. I am also not Aspergers. The diagnosis isn't even in the DSM anymore, and yes, I agree with the consolidation of all autistic spectrum stuff under one umbrella. I have other issues with the DSM.

I don't like Autism Speaks. I'm Disabled, not differently abled, and I am an Autistic activist. Self-advocate is true, but incomplete.

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MLA: Hillary, Alyssa. "Post Title." Yes, That Too. Day Month Year of post. Web. Day Month Year of retrieval.

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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

美国中国的博客

I was supposed to find 5 American blogs and 5 Chinese blogs and talk about them. Yes, I talked about my own, yes, my teacher said that was OK before I did it. The Chinese ones were found pretty hurriedly, and I make no promises that my statements on what they seem to talk about is accurate.

在美国,5个(比较)有名的博客是 “Yes, That Too,” “Autistic Hoya,” “Mark Reads,” “The Thinking Person's Guide to Autism,” 及 “This is White Privilege.” “Yes, That Too”是我自己写的,热点是自闭症者和残疾人面对的问题。别人感兴趣的原因大概是“自闭症者谈自闭症!”“Autistic Hoya”谈的内容跟我的差不多,别人看她博客的原因也差不多。“The Thinking Person's Guide to Autism”也是谈自闭症的,比我的博客和“Autistic Hoya”有名的多。[自闭症者的父母写的博客比自闭症者写的博客有名。]“Mark Reads”是 “Mark”看书,写下来他的感觉。如果他看的书比较有名,很多人会看他的博客。“This is White Privilege”谈的是社会问题,特别是白人不面而别人面对的事。几个大学教授让学生看这个博客或者上课的时候用这个博客提出的例子。
在中国,课文说的王建硕在写他的博客还很有名。看起来,他的热点是旅行和他住的地方。 “Life Behind The Wall”也是比较有名的。这个博客是黑美国女生跟她中国丈夫写的博客。她写的是在中国生活的事,但她也写一点的中国新闻。百度了,我找到“安顿的BLOG”写他自己的感觉。“快乐大哥的博客”常谈教育或专业问题,也谈自己的生活。“星子山地博客”常谈学习/教育的事:他学的是历史,所以常有历史的问题。
看起来中国的博客大多是个人写自己的生活事情。有别的,例如教育问题,新闻等,而这样的博客没有那么多。而且,那样大多是谈自己生活的博客加了一片谈社会问题的文章。

1 comment:

  1. This looks awesome. I wish I could read it. Now I want to start learning.

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