Summary indications so far:

As the cut-off date for receiving QNR replies approaches (31st May 2016) final trickles of additional data are arriving.

With 163 good quality datasets now in my datapool this constitutes a good basis from which to tease out meaning from the results and relate this to my research questions and hypothesis. This process will continue throughout the coming weeks and months and with close to 15,000 bits of data to work through there is plenty to be getting on with!

Some interesting features of the data have emerged to far that need to be reported so that I can capture my thoughts as they stand just now:

References
Connor, D.J., Bejoian, L.M., 2006, Pigs, Pirates and Pills: Using film to teach the social context of disability, Teaching Exceptional Children 39(2), 52-60.
Cooper, R., 2014, Neurodiversity and dyslexia: challenging the social construction of specific learning difficulties. Available at: http://outsidersoftware.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Neurodiversity-and-Dyslexia-Challenging-the-social-construction-of-specific-learning-differences.doc.
Phelan, S., 2011, Constructions of disability: A call for critical reflexivity in occupational therapy, Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy 78, 164-172.
Thompson, C., Bacon, A.M., Auburn, T., 2015, Dyslexic identities in online forum postings. Disability & Society, 30(9), 1328-1344.

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