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Disability and Society

Emerging Issues and Insights

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Disability and Society by Len Barton
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Combines policy, practice and theory in its presentation of recent developments in disability studies. This unique book brings together key figures in the field, synthesising the work of both able-bodied and disabled contributors to assess the recent history, current practice and key issues in a rapidly growing and controversial new area. *Presents for the first time a sociological rather than medical/psychological perspective to the study of disability. *Provides a wealth of ideas and insights into institutional discrimination, human rights, difference, independence and collective action. *Draws contributions from both able-bodied and disabled sociologists.
Release date Australia
April 3rd, 1996
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Prentice-Hall
Pages
278
Dimensions
137x216x14
ISBN-13
9780582291669
Product ID
1794032

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