Rethinking Disability: The Emergence of New Definitions, Concepts and Communities
"This book provides an interdisciplinary approach to the challenges of the interface between disability & culture. Twelve papers discuss the following topics: Towards a cultural model of disability. Disability Values, Representations & Realities. Labeling "
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