Disability and Social Change

Disability and Social Change

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Representing broad engagement with disability issues in South Africa, this powerful volume discusses such issues as theoretical approaches to and representations of disability, governmental and civil responses to disability, aspects of education pertaining to the oppression and liberation of disabled people, social security for disabled people, the complex politics permeating service-provision relationships, and consideration of disability in human spaces. Firmly located within the social model of disability, this collection resonates powerfully with contemporary thinking and research in the disability field.Firmly located within the social model of disability, this collection resonates powerfully with contemporary thinking and research in the disability field.


Title:Disability and Social Change
Author: Brian Watermeyer
Publisher:HSRC Press - 2006
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