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Disability and society

Año 2001. Número 16 (1)

Bringing Disability into the Sociological Frame: a comparison of disability with race, sex, and sexual orientation statuses pp 5-19
Beth Omansky Gordon; Karen E. Rosenblum

Families with Children with Disabilities - Inequalities and the Social Model pp 21-35
Monica Dowling; Linda Dolan

Creating Disability in the Home: the role of environmental barriers in the United States pp 37-49
S. Stark

Supporting Asian Deaf Young People and their Families: the role of professionals and services pp 51-70
Lesley Jones; Karl Atkin; Waqar I. U. Ahmad

The Social Experiences of Children with Disability and the Influence of Environment: a framework for intervention pp 71-85
Kristan Baker; Michelle Donelly
The Ambiguous Role of Welfare Structures in Relation to the Emergence of Activism Among Disabled People: research evidence from Northern Ireland pp 87-102
Nicholas Acheson; Arthur Williamson

Medical Treatment of Women with Lupus. The case for sharing knowledge and decision-making pp 103-121
Kate Whitehead; Jennie Williams

Contesting Practices, Challenging Codes: self advocacy, disability politics and the social model pp 123-141
Leanne Dowse

Studying Responses to Disability in South Asian Histories: approaches personal, prakrital and pragmatical pp 143-160
M. Miles
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