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Disability and society


Año 2017. Número 32 (10)

Articles
The human right to health: exploring disability, migration and health
Nicola Burns
Learning how to be (a) patient: visual analysis of accessible health information leaflets for people with intellectual disabilities
Deborah Chinn
The grace of motherhood: disabled women contending with societal denial of intimacy, pregnancy, and motherhood in Ethiopia
Belaynesh Tefera, Marloes Van Engen, Jac Van der Klink & Alice Schippers
Qualitative inquiry of sibling relationships: reinforcement of disability devaluation through the exclusion of voices
Shaquinta L. L. Richardson & Lorien S. Jordan
Parents and grandparents of deaf children in Ecuador: concerns and expectations
Lourdes Huiracocha-Tutiven, Adriana Orellana-Paucar, Liliana Brito & Stuart Blume
Vestiges of the medical model: a critical exploration of the Ontario Disability Support Program in Ontario, Canada
Tracy Smith-Carrier, Don Kerr, Juyan Wang, Dora M. Y. Tam & Siu Ming Kwok
Identity challenges and social experiences of higher education students with disabilities in Slovenia
Mirjana Ule
How do Spanish disability support offices contribute to inclusive education in the university?
Anabel Moriña, Rosario López-Gavira & Beatriz Morgado
Higher education students with disabilities speaking out: perceived barriers and opportunities of the Universal Design for Learning framework
Júlia Griful-Freixenet, Katrien Struyven, Meggie Verstichele & Caroline Andries
Current issues
Named social workers – better social work for learning disabled people?
Elaine James, Hannah Morgan & Rob Mitchell
Telling about something that you do not really know: blind people are talking about vision!
Müjde Koca-Atabey & Bahar Öz
Making disability conferences more actively inclusive
Anne-Marie Callus
Ableism, ambiguity, and the Anna Stubblefield case
Kevin Mintz
Zen and the art of aut-ethnography: a tribute to Robert M. Pirsig
Damian E. M. Milton
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