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Culture Plunge Portfolio Disability & Society For this assignment you are required to develop a portfolio that showcases your experience through a disability culture plunge (You can find the list of activities, events and options on Blackboard). A cultural plunge can be defined as exposure to a culture that is different from our own and in this class specifically, the culture of disability. For some of you, you may already identify as being in the disability culture and may already be heavily involved in the community. If so, you may use that experience for your Disability Cultural Plunge Portfolio. For many of you, this may be your first time interacting or being involved with the disability community, and we are very excited to read about your experience! It is normal for you to feel nervous, intimidated, and fearful about this assignment, but we hope that this assignment is a valuable and memorable experience that transcends beyond your time at SDSU.
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  • Spring '19
  • Small Tein
  • The Culture, Disability & Society

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