Disability Studies: Past, Present and Future
Barton, Len and Oliver, Mike eds. 1997 The Disability Press, 294p.
■Barton, Len and Oliver, Mike 1997 Disability Studies: Past, Present and Future, The Disability Press, 294p. ISBN-10:0952845016 ISBN-13:9780952845010 (絶版) ※ http://www.leeds.ac.uk/disability-studies/books/book2.htm
This book emerged from an international conference held in Ashford, Kent, in September 1996, to celebrate ten years of the international journal Disability and Society.
The first section includes seven chapters based on original papers presented at the conference. These cover a wide range of topics including theory, politics, culture and research.
Part two contains six important articles previously published in the journal relevant to the themes discussed in section one.
The final part includes seven shorter papers on key debates that have emerged from within the context of disability studies since the journal's inception.
Editors: Len Barton and Mike Oliver
1. A Legacy of Oppression:A History of Disability in Western Culture. Colin Barnes
2. The Limits of Classical Social Theory in the Analysis and Transformation of Disablement (can this really be the end; to be stuck inside of Mobile with the Memphis blues again?) By Paul Abberley
3. From Normalisation to Where? Anne Louise Chappell
4. Including People with Learning Difficulties: Theory and Practice. Jan Walmsley
5. 'Growing Pains'Disability Politics The Journey Explained and Described. Jane Campbell
6. Independent, Proud and Special: Celebrating our Differences. Jenny Corbett
7. When Myths Masquerade as Science: Disability Research from an Equality-Rights Perspective. Marcia H.Rioux
8. Personal Trouble or Public Issue? Towards a model of policy for people with physical and mental disabilities. Anne Borsay
9. The Politics of Special Educational Needs. Len Barton
10. The Concept of Oppression and the Development of a Social Theory of Disability. Paul Abberley
11. Stars are not born:an interpretive approach to the politics of disability. Helen Liggett
12. The Politics of Disability:a new approach. Mike Oliver and Gerry Zarb
13. Cultural Representation of Disabled People: dustbins for disavowal? Tom Shakespeare
14. Disability and the Myth of the Independent Researcher. Colin Barnes
15. Disability and the Myth of the Independent Researcher:a reply. Mike Bury
16. Rules of Engagement:changing disability research. Tom Shakespeare
17. Fighting Two Different Battles:unity is preferable to enmity. Ayesha Vernon
18. Defending the Social Model. Tom Shakespeare & Nicholas Watson
19. A Reply to Tom Shakespeare and Nicholas Watson. Ruth Pinder
20. Integrating Models of Disability:a reply to Shakespeare and Watson. Marie Johnston