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Ars Vivendi E-mail Magazine No.165 (April 9, 2018)

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Ars Vivendi E-mail Magazine No.165 (April 9, 2018)

History, Politics and Disability Studies: Multi-Disciplinary Research of Disability Policy in China

Our latest monthly Research Highlights, "The Connections across History and Politics Boundary through Disability Studies: Participating in the Conference on Multi-Disciplinary Research of Disability Policy in China" (http://www.ritsumei-arsvi.org/en/essay/essay-1312/) is from an international conference which took place in Wuhan, People's Republic of China.

It was our great pleasure to join this meeting which focused on disability research in China. Our delegation was headed by Prof. Shin'ya Tateiwa (http://www.arsvi.com/ts/e.htm) who heads the Center.

Other recent Research Highlights articles (http://www.ritsumei-arsvi.org/en/essay/) are
*A Desire to be Needed by Your “Important Person”: The Ethics of Codependence
*The Ethics of Distribution of Care: We Should Bear the Responsibility of Care?
*What Is the Expertise of Social Work? : Over the Japanese Association of Psychiatric Social Workers’ Involvement in the Medical Treatment and Supervision Act

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