[games_access] Terminology

Sandra Uhling sandra_uhling at web.de
Sat Dec 11 06:04:36 EST 2010


Hi,
Maybe that is the new point of view:
"It is about ability" :-)

UNICEF has a series of books about it.
It is for kids and for education.

Best regards,
Sandra

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: games_access-bounces at igda.org [mailto:games_access-bounces at igda.org] Im Auftrag von Ryan Arndt
Gesendet: Montag, 6. Dezember 2010 18:19
An: IGDA Games Accessibility SIG Mailing List
Betreff: Re: [games_access] Terminology

curious how people view the term "differently abled" as when I did my degree (BEd), this was the term of choice. What do you think?

Ryan Arndt
IGDA Global Community Manager

On 2010-12-04, at 7:59 PM, Michelle Hinn wrote:


I guess because of my age, I went through the 1970 "handicapped/handicappible" argument where some with disabilities felt that handicappable was a preferable term. So whenever I hear handicapped, I think back to those years (it was something on 70s children/teen TV, etc). After that seemed to be the search for a new term -- whether that was something that was pushed by the disabled community or those without disabilities? I do not know. I've just met many, unlike yourself, who have an issue with the term. So perhaps it's an age thing?

Perhaps my own reference to being a "person with a disability" (rather than "disabled person" comes from both my academic background as well as the fact that one of my disabilities is medical (and later made medically worse and causing physical limitations) when being treated for the "cure"). That's a very good possibility!

I agree, though, disability doesn't stop and in the end whatever term anyone wants to use about themselves, is ok.

I think, however, when it comes to cognitive disorders, cognitive or learning "handicaps" is problematic. Mainly because terms like "disorder," "disabilities," "limitation," etc seems to sound better than "handicap." And, yes, I have a learning disability. :)

Michelle

On Dec 4, 2010, at 9:24 PM, Steve Spohn wrote:



I’ve found very few who dislike handicapped (U.S. thing maybe) – even golf uses handicap as in “a disadvantage.” Mark prefers to say “gamer with disability” due to people complaining but used to say disabled gamer. I still say disabled gamer but that’s because I avoid medical/academic sounding phrases at all costs.

No fight from my end, I’m just stating “person first” is GREAT in a hospital. I hated when Drs referred to me as “kidney in bed 8” but in real life I think the disability is imposed on the person. Therefore, saying person with disability is attaching it to who I am. Barrie hates handicap as do most UK’ers, so we try to avoid it. However, you, Mark, Aaron, and I are handicapped (and in the U.S.) so the word doesn’t have negative connotations. So, all I can add is:

1. Being disabled never stops
a. There is no break but you can conquer barriers
2. Don’t say cripple or gimp
a. Notice broadened horizons is “GimpGear.us” but promotes BH
3. Handicapped is iffy
a. Never met someone in the U.S. who is disabled who minds handicap
b. U.K. people dislike it
4. Those who are disabled are more hardened against words
5. Person first is personal preference but it is more often used by academics and medical people

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From: games_access-bounces at igda.org [mailto:games_access-bounces at igda.org] On Behalf Of Michelle Hinn
Sent: Saturday, December 04, 2010 9:55 PM
To: IGDA Games Accessibility SIG Mailing List
Subject: Re: [games_access] Terminology

Mark, though, refers to himself as a someone with a disability -- perhaps he means to say that something about gaming makes him "disabled" but outside of that activity he is not disabled?

Not trying to start a list fight -- just trying to understand where disability starts and stops for you personally. Do you feel that "handicapped" is interchangeable with disability as well? The discussion had started with "handicapped" as a potentially offensive term so I was just looking for your opinion as to whether you found to it worthwhile to differentiate the two or if you found the two terms to be interchangeable.

Not sure I agree that by saying "person with a disability" is akin to saying that disability is an accessory -- it's just a preference as to how the individual wants to be referred to by others as.

Michelle

On Dec 4, 2010, at 6:52 PM, Steve Spohn wrote:


It’s like anything, someone will always be upset. It would, however, be doable to create an agreed-upon what NOT to say list.

As an aside, there is a trend in the disabled community which is similar to most communities; those who ARE handicapped/disabled are much much less sensitive to the term used than those who are not. The “inclusive” mindset is very prevalent in every country now-a-days, i.e. “I can say I’m ABC but you can’t because I actually am an X” – where X is a race/gender/disability/nationality .

Even if you read back through this list’s “in-fights” those who aren’t disabled get much more defensive than those who are.

Personal preferences aside, I think as long as you don’t use words you KNOW will hurt someone, you’re PC enough. AG gets scolded from time to time over the “person first” aspect. Mark, our CEO, is trying to say gamer with disabilities, while I continue to say disabled gamer. Why? Because I’m disabled. I’m not “defining” myself, I’m being factual. I will always be disabled, ergo, I’m a disabled <insert verb>. So, for once, I am very much on Barrie’s side: life made me disabled, it’s not an accessory like a hat. Take away what stops me from a given activity and I’m not disabled – well other than that whole wheelchair & ventilator thing.

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From: games_access-bounces at igda.org [mailto:games_access-bounces at igda.org] On Behalf Of Michelle Hinn
Sent: Saturday, December 04, 2010 7:05 PM
To: IGDA Games Accessibility SIG Mailing List
Subject: Re: [games_access] Terminology

A K-12 student is a student who is pre-university and/or still in government required schooling.

The "K" is for Kindergarten, from the German word "Children's Garden." :) It's an early childhood education term for a "pre-school" like setting. The term is used mostly in North America.

As far as a black/white list goes, I'm not sure it's possible to come up with a list that is, well, black/white. I think we could come closer to creating a list of terms that are regionally considered offensive than we could come up with a regional list that is "ok." However, as we've seen from the discussion, it is often up to the individual as to what they themselves use to describe themselves (ie, "handicapped" versus "disabled") and how they choose to describe themselves (ie, as "disabled" or as a "person with a disability").

There are no easy solutions. The same can be said for other issues such as terms, particularly slang terms, for race, sexuality, gender, etc.

Michelle

On Dec 4, 2010, at 5:31 PM, Sandra Uhling wrote:




Hi,

so when we would make a black and white list, we should make separate ones for different regions?

What is a K-12 student?

Best regards,
Sandra


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Von: "Michelle Hinn" <hinn at uiuc.edu>
Gesendet: 05.12.2010 00:11:46
An: "IGDA Games Accessibility SIG Mailing List" <games_access at igda.org>
Betreff: Re: [games_access] Terminology

True, Lynsey -- Handicapped as "Cap in Hand" is more of a UK concern (correct, Barrie?) than it is a US concern.
I'm not sure I understand how Hasbro got away with a Transformer game called "spastic" even in the US -- that's a term used as an insult by many a K-12 student (and above sometimes!). Perhaps it's losing it's luster as an insult!?!
Michelle

On Dec 4, 2010, at 8:02 AM, Lynsey Graham wrote:


I think one of the things that makes it more awkward is that the way words are percieved varies so much from region to region, even in the same language - never mind when you start translating to many languages. For example, while still unpleasant, 'spastic' and 'spazz' doesn't seem to be regarded as offensive in the US as it is in the UK - I've heard it used in a lot of US shows, including children's shows (hello Bratz). I know Nintendo managed to get two games pulled from the shelves in the UK that featured the word (including Mario Party 8), and Hasbro recently launched a Transformer called Spastic (which won't be released in the UK). Obviously that's a slightly more exteme example, but we really don't want to unintentionally offend anyone.

It's quite a challenge when you're working on a product that will be released across many regions!


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Sent: Sat, 04 Dec 2010 00:43:09 +0000
Subject: Re: [games_access] Terminology

Exactly, Aaron. According to those who have scolded AG it should be "X
challenged" "persons with disabilities" and "persons with limitations" - I
say Disabled gamer a lot as it's what I am. Barrie is correct in the
"people first" is awkward and attaches negativity. Everyone has a
sensitivity to certain words but most of the disabled individuals I've met
despise "cripple" and some hate "gimp."

I've never had someone object to disabled and only a few on handicapped.

Steve Spohn
Associate Editor
The AbleGamers Foundation

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On Behalf Of BlazeEagle
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Subject: Re: [games_access] Terminology

I personally don't find it that offensive but each person has their own
preference. For physical disability, is "physically challenged" more "P.C."?

For visual disabilities, How about "visually challenged" for visual
disabilities?

It really just boils down to semantics & how sensitive one is.

Aaron

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> Hello all,
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> I was wondering if I could ask for advice. I've just moved onto a
> project, and noticed that one of the lines of dialogue refers to
> 'handicapped people'. From what I've gathered, quite a few people find
> this term offensive - is this generally the case? We're trying to decide
> whether to cut the line, or whether to keep it (as some people on the team

> have never heard that it's offensive).
>
> Any feedback would be much appreciated!
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> Hi Lynsey,
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> I think this video will help you.
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVqz0LKphws&feature=player_embedded
>
> Maybe you can describe the situation and what kind of disability the
> referred people have?
>
> A good description in general is: Persons with Disabilities, short PwDs.
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> Best regards,
> Sandra
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> -----Urspr?ngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: games_access-bounces at igda.org [mailto:games_access-bounces at igda.org]
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> Auftrag von Lynsey Graham
> Gesendet: Freitag, 3. Dezember 2010 17:25
> An: 'IGDA Games Accessibility SIG Mailing List'
> Betreff: [games_access] Terminology
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> Hello all,
>
>
> I was wondering if I could ask for advice. I?ve just moved onto a
> project,
> and noticed that one of the lines of dialogue refers to ?handicapped
> people?. From what I?ve gathered, quite a few people find this term
> offensive ? is this generally the case? We?re trying to decide whether to
> cut the line, or whether to keep it (as some people on the team have never
> heard that it?s offensive).
>
>
>
> Any feedback would be much appreciated!
>
>
> Cheers,
>
>
> Lynsey
>
>
>
> Lynsey Graham
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> The line in question is:
>
> "Dogs are kept as pets but many also work for a living. They help out in
> all sorts of ways from pulling sleds, herding, helping the handicapped,
> guarding and hunting"
>
> It just strikes me as possibly being a bit awkwardly worded with the
> potential to offend. Strangely, the German translation seems to just
> refer to "f?hren Blinde", which I'm assuming is just referring to
> blindness?
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> Hi Lynsey,
>
> I think this video will help you.
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVqz0LKphws&feature=player_embedded
>
> Maybe you can describe the situation and what kind of disability the
> referred people have?
>
> A good description in general is: Persons with Disabilities, short PwDs.
>
> Best regards,
> Sandra
>
>
> -----Urspr?ngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: games_access-bounces at igda.org [mailto:games_access-bounces at igda.org]
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> Auftrag von Lynsey Graham
> Gesendet: Freitag, 3. Dezember 2010 17:25
> An: 'IGDA Games Accessibility SIG Mailing List'
> Betreff: [games_access] Terminology
>
> Hello all,
>
>
> I was wondering if I could ask for advice. I've just moved onto a
> project,
> and noticed that one of the lines of dialogue refers to 'handicapped
> people'. From what I've gathered, quite a few people find this term
> offensive - is this generally the case? We're trying to decide whether to
> cut the line, or whether to keep it (as some people on the team have never
> heard that it's offensive).
>
>
>
> Any feedback would be much appreciated!
>
>
> Cheers,
>
>
> Lynsey
>
>
>
> Lynsey Graham
>
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> I much prefer the term Disabled Person/People, in the context that a
> person
> is disabled by something in their environment that poses a barrier to
> them.
> If a person can't get into a shop because they need to use a wheelchair,
> then you might consider them a disabled person. If there's a ramp in
> place,
> that they can use, then they are no longer disabled in that particular
> context. The same with video games.
>
> Saying "Person with disability", attaches the disability to them, and
> always
> feels like a more medical way of describing someone to me. You'll hear
> people use the "people first" argument, but I prefer to describe people as
> people first. Then if there's something disabling them from doing what
> they
> need/want to do, I would describe the person as a disabled person.
>
> Barrie
>
>
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> Sent: Friday, December 03, 2010 4:44 PM
> To: "'IGDA Games Accessibility SIG Mailing List'" <games_access at igda.org>
> Subject: Re: [games_access] Terminology
>
>> Hi Lynsey,
>>
>> I think this video will help you.
>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVqz0LKphws&feature=player_embedded
>>
>> Maybe you can describe the situation and what kind of disability the
>> referred people have?
>>
>> A good description in general is: Persons with Disabilities, short PwDs.
>>
>> Best regards,
>> Sandra
>>
>>
>> -----Urspr?ngliche Nachricht-----
>> Von: games_access-bounces at igda.org [mailto:games_access-bounces at igda.org]
>> Im
>> Auftrag von Lynsey Graham
>> Gesendet: Freitag, 3. Dezember 2010 17:25
>> An: 'IGDA Games Accessibility SIG Mailing List'
>> Betreff: [games_access] Terminology
>>
>> Hello all,
>>
>>
>> I was wondering if I could ask for advice. I've just moved onto a
>> project,
>> and noticed that one of the lines of dialogue refers to 'handicapped
>> people'. From what I've gathered, quite a few people find this term
>> offensive - is this generally the case? We're trying to decide whether
>> to
>> cut the line, or whether to keep it (as some people on the team have
>> never
>> heard that it's offensive).
>>
>>
>>
>> Any feedback would be much appreciated!
>>
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>>
>> Lynsey
>>
>>
>>
>> Lynsey Graham
>>
>> Designer | Blitz Games
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> ________________________________
>>
>> --
>>
>> IMPORTANT INFORMATION
>>
>> Information and any attached documentation from Blitz Games Studios
>> Limited
>> (including its divisions: Blitz Games, Volatile Games, Blitz Arcade,
>> TruSim
>> & BlitzTech) is intended for the use of the addressee only and may
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>> &
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>> parties. Any views or opinions expressed are solely those of the author
>> and
>> do not necessarily represent those of Blitz Games Studios Limited.
>>
>> Blitz Games Studios Limited is registered in England (company no:
>> 2482913).
>> Its registered address is Regent Square House, The Parade, Leamington
>> Spa,
>> Warwickshire, CV32 4NL, UK
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