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  1. Mar 2019
    1. of the extent to which and how cultures vary in theirresponses to disability, and the impact of those differences on the developing child.‘Developmental disabilities’ is a term used by Japanese educ


    2. cating and socializing children within peer groups, in part,through practices that encourage supportive peer relationships. Using a longitudinal,multiple case study design, we describe how three children with developmental dis-abilities experienced these socialization practices, focusing on their active, individualefforts to connect with peers. Prior to their involvement in special education, all threechildren struggled with peer relationships. Over time, they used opportunities providedby educators to connect with peers and find theirIbasho, a place where they feltcomfortable and accepted, within their peer groups. Children

      developmental disabilities