Understanding Disability: Inclusion, Access, Diversity, and Civil Rights
Disability is rarely considered a social issue. Scholars tend to discuss it in the abstract; medical personnel view it as a health issue; and legal concerns for the disabled focus on how to advocate or protect organizations against demands for accommodation. As a result, disabled individuals are seen as bits and pieces of everyone's constituency but their own. The writers of this work, both having long personal experiences with disabilities, offer a holistic understanding of the lives of disabled individuals from representations in the media to issues of civil rights.
Specifications of Understanding Disability: Inclusion, Access, Diversity, and Civil Rights
|Author||Paul T. Jaeger, Cynthia Ann Bowman|
|Number Of Pages||184|
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