An open letter to Professor David Mandell Editor-in-Chief, Autism in response to the article "A new era in Autism"

Julia Leatherland

Abstract


This is the text of a letter originally submitted as a response in Autism: the International Journal of Research and Practice. The editors of that journal originally refused to accept the letter with the endorsements, and subsequently failed to publish a revised version. The Editor of this journal feels that the issue is of sufficient importance with respect to the need for openness in academic publishing to warrant publication here, as it touches on ethical issues of relevance to the founding principles of the Autonomy Journal.


Keywords


Autism; Neurodiversity

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