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Bae, S. J. & Wehmeyer, M. L. (2003). Perceptions of self-determination on transitional outcomes: A study of Korean students, parents, and teachers. Korean Journal of Special Education, 10(2), 123-141.

  • Cartledge, G., & Kourea, L. (2008). Culturally responsive classrooms for culturally diverse students with and at risk for disabilities. Council for Exceptional Children, 74(3), 351-371.

  • Clark, M., Brown, R., & Karrapaya, R. (2012). An initial look at the quality of Malaysian families that include children with disabilities. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 56(1), 45-60.

Fallon, L. M., O'Keeffe, B. V., & Sugai, G. (2012). Consideration of culture and context in school-wide positive behavior support: A review of current literature. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 14(4), 209-219.

  • Harry, B., Kalyanpur, M., & Day, M. (1999). Building cultural reciprocity with families: Case studies in special education. Baltimore, MD: Brookes. .

  • Hu, X., Wang, M., & Fei, X. (2012). Family quality of life of Chinese families of children with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 56(1), 30-44.

Jenaro, C., Verdugo, M. A., Caballo, C., Balboni, G., Lachapelle, Y., & Otrebski, W. (2005). Cross-cultural study of person-centered quality of life domains and indicators: A replication. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 49, 734-739.

  • Kalynpur, M., & Harry, B. (1999). Culture in special education: Building reciprocal family-professional relationships. Baltimore, MD: Brookes.

  • Keith, K. D., & Schalock, R. L. (Eds.). (2000). Cross-cultural perspectives on quality of life. Washington D.C.: American Association on Mental Retardation.

  • Ly, T. M. (2008). Asian American Parents´ Attributions of Children With Down Syndrome: Connections With Child Characteristics and Culture. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 46(2), 129-140.

  • Lynch, E. W., & Hanson, M. J. (1997). A guide for working with children and their families: Developing cross-cultural competence (2nd Ed.). Baltimore, MD: Brookes.

  • Ogden, T., & Sorlie, M. (2009). Implementing and evaluating empirically-based family and school programmes for children with conduct problems in Norway. The International Journal of Emotional Education, 1(1), 96-107.

  • Ogden, T., & Sorlie, M., & Hagen, K. A. (2007). Building strength through enhancing social competence in immigrant students in primary school. A pilot study. Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, 12(2), 105-117.

Rillotta, F., Kriby, N., Shearer, J., & Nettelbeck, T. (2012). Family quality of life of Australian families with a member with an intellectual/developmental disability. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 56(1), 71-86.

  • Schalock, R. L., Verdugo, M. A., Jenaro, C., Wang, M., Wehmeyer, M., Xu, J., & Lachapelle, Y. (2005). Cross-cultural study of quality of life indicators. American Journal on Mental Retardation, 110, 298-311.

  • Shapiro, J., Monzó, L. D., Rueda, R., Gomez, J. A., & Blacher, J. (2004). Alienated advocacy: Perspectives of latina mothers of young adults with developmental disabilities on service systems. Mental Retardation, 42(1), 37-54.

  • Sugai, G., O'Keefe, B., & Fallon, L. M. (2012). A contextual consideration of culture and school-wide positive behavior support. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 14(4), 197-208.

Tassé, M. J., & Craig, E. M. (1999). Critical issues in the cross-cultural assessment of adaptive behavior. In R. L. Schalock (Ed.), Adaptive behavior and its measurement: Implications for the field of mental retardation (pp. 161-184). Washington, DC: American Association on Mental Retardation

  • Verdugo, M. A., Cordoba, L., & Gomez, J. (2005). The Spanish adaptation and validation of the Family Quality of Life Survey. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 49, 794-798.

  • Verdugo, M. A, Prieto, G., Caballo, C., & Pelaez, A. (2005). Factorial structure of the Quality of Life Questionnaire in a Spanish sample of visually disabled adults. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 21, 44-55.

  • Verdugo, M. A., & Schalock, R. L. (2003). Cross-Cultural Survey of Quality of Life Indicators. Salamanca, Spain: University of Salamanca, Institute on Community Integration.