Disability, Culture and Identity

Notes

Topics include: development of the social model of disability; disability and the politics of social justice, disabilities and theories of culture and media; disability, ethnicity and generation; the policy options for empowering disabled people, and how the disabled are empowering themselves; the disability arts movement; media treatment of disability. This item is part of the Study Room Guide On Disability and New Artistic Models by Aaron Williamson (P1529)

Editor Sheila Riddell and Nick Watson
Publisher Pearson
ISBN 0 -13-0894440-0
Reference P0974
Date 2003
Type Publication

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