English language articles on Facilitated Communication (FC) and related issues, including qualitative studies (including speech, literacy, evidence).
Note: This is not an exhaustive list, but it provides some good examples.
Christine Ashby (2011) Whose "Voice" Is It Anyway?: Giving Voice And Qualitative Research Involving Individuals That Type To Communicate. Disability Studies Quarterly, Vol. 31, No 4.
Rosemary Crossley and Chris Borthwick What constitutes evidence? Why the debate about facilitated communication is important for ISAAC. Paper written for the proceedings of the Seventh Biennial ISAAC Research Symposium, Odense, Denmark, August 2002.
Christi Kasa-Hendrickson, Alicia A. Broderick, and Darlene Hanson (2009)
Sorting out Speech: Understanding Multiple Methods of Communication
for Persons with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities. The Journal of Developmental Processes, Vol. 4(2), pp. 116-133.
Marjorie F. Olney (2001) Evidence of literacy in individuals labeled with mental retardation. Disability Studies Quarterly: Spring 2001, Vol. 21, No. 2.
Zachary Rossetti, Christine Ashby, Katrina Arndt, Marilyn Chadwick, Maho Kasahara, and John O'Brien (2008) “I Like Others to Not Try to Fix Me”: Agency, Independence, and Autism. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: October 2008, Vol. 46, No. 5, pp. 364-375.