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Disability and rehabilitation


Año 2000. Número 22 (11)

Articles
Subjectifying quality of life as a medical rehabilitation outcome pp 481-489
Marcus J. Fuhrer

Patient mood and carer strain during stroke rehabilitation in the community following early hospital discharge pp 490-494
A. L. Jones; J. F. Charlesworth; T. J. Hendra

Evaluation of stroke patients with the extended activities of daily living scale in Taiwan pp 495-500
I-Ping Hsueh; Sheau-Ling Huang; Mei-Hsiang Chen; Shi-Dong Jush; Ching-Lin Hsieh

The pattern of coping in persons with spinal cord injuries pp 501-507
Raymond C. K. Chan; Peter W. H. Lee; Felice Lieh-Mak
Editorial introduction: From handicap to disability: language use and cultural meaning in the United States pp 508
Dave Matilde&frac; ;ller

Walking the en-abling dis-abling symbolic tightrope: toward a constitutive, dialectical view of disability symbolism pp 509-512
Lawrence R. Frey; Cynthia M. Upchurch

Handicap and disability: words versus concepts pp 513-514
A. Jablensky

Terminology - from language to action pp 515-518
Alexander Kwesi Kassah

Handicaps are here to stay pp 519-521
Reuben Eldar
From oppression to integration: comments on Patrick J. Devlieger's 'From handicap to disability: language use and meaning in the United States' pp 522-525
Steven E. Brown

Rejoinder: the culture and disability perspective on disability pp 526-527
Patrick J. Devlieger
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