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Disability And Dependency : Disability, Handicap, and Life Chances - Len Barton

Disability And Dependency

Disability, Handicap, and Life Chances

By: Len Barton (Editor)


Published: 6th December 1989
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One of the disturbing messages of this book is the extent to which disabled people are suffering in society. It looks at the socio-economic issues involved as well as the personal aspects of their lives and offers solutions to the discriminating

Disability and dependency - a creation of industrial societies, Mike Oliver; human service policies - the rhetoric versus the reality, Wolf Wolfensberger; Michael Lipsky and street level bureaucracy - a neglected perspective, Bob Hudson; disabled people, normality and social work, Paul Abberley; "I'm not handicapped - I'm different" - "normalization", hospital care and mental handicap, Mano Candappa and Robert Burgess; the 6/75 family assessment and evaluation program, Marion Blythman and Frieda Spivack; rehabilitation development in South West Asia - conflicts and potentials, M.Miles; "inside we are all equal" - a European social policy survey of people who are deaf, Lesley Jones and Gloria Pullen.

ISBN: 9781850006176
ISBN-10: 1850006172
Series: Disability, Handicap, and Life Chances
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 150
Published: 6th December 1989
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6  x 0.8
Weight (kg): 0.45
Edition Number: 1