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Disability and society

Año 2016. Número 31 (9)

Negative to the extreme: the problematics of the RNIB’s See the Need campaign
David Bolt
Children with profound and multiple learning difficulties: laughter, capability and relating to others
G. Brigg, K. Schuitema & J. Vorhaus
Mainstreaming disability in policies: the Flemish experience
Petra Meier, Karen Celis & Heleen Huysentruyt
The experience of disabled and non-disabled students on professional practice placements in the United Kingdom
Shirley Hill & Angela Roger
Disability and social justice
Teodor Mladenov
‘But I can do the job’: examining disability employment practice through human rights complaint cases
Simon Darcy, Tracy Taylor & Jenny Green
Distress or disability? Could a theoretical framework drawn from disability studies be a way forward when trying to understand experiences of oppression on the grounds of mental distress?
Ann-Charlott Timander & Anders Möller
‘I’m not an activist’: an exploratory investigation into retired British Paralympic athletes’ views on the relationship between the Paralympic games and disability equality in the United Kingdom
Stuart Braye
Current issue
‘You’ve got autism because you like order and you do not look into my eyes’: some reflections on understanding the label of ‘autism spectrum disorder’ from a dishuman perspective
Michael Richards
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