Controversial Issues in a Disabling Society
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Description: Written specifically to raise questions and stimulate debate, this title has been designed for use with students in group discussion and to support in-depth study on a variety of professional courses. It covers a wide range of specific, substantive issues within Disability Studies.
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Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date: 1/1/2003
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Sarah Gunton is the daughter of Colin Gunton.ï¿½
|Foundations What's in a name?|
|What is Disability Studies?|
|Values and ideologies Controlling life?|
|A dividing society?|
|What's so good about independence?|
|Will you put your hand in your pocket?|
|Policy, provision and practice|
|Policy is inclusion better than integration?|
|Provision who needs special needs?|
|Practice are professionals parasites?|
|Policy, provision and practice care or control?|
|Politics where does change come from?|
|Conclusion enabling or disabling globalisation?|