『Disability & Society』
Instructions for Authors
Editorial on Language Policy
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Books for review should be addressed to Alison Sheldon, Centre for Disability Studies, School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT, UK
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Sandra C. Jones; Valerie Harwood
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"‘The AISH review is a big joke’: contradictions of policy participation and consultation in a neo-liberal context"
Claudia Malacrida; Stefanie Duguay
Pages 19 -- 32
"Institutional woes of participation: Bulgarian disabled people’s organisations and policy-making"
Pages 33 -- 45
"Community participation and inclusion: people with disabilities defining their place"
Paul Milner; Berni Kelly
Pages 47 -- 62
"Barriers to employment as experienced by disabled people: a qualitative analysis in Calgary and Regina, Canada"
Michael Shier; John R. Graham; Marion E. Jones
Pages 63 -- 75
"Domestic violence and women with disabilities: locating the issue on the periphery of social movements"
Pages 77 -- 89
"Claiming loss in disability"
Pages 91 -- 102
"Transition from school for youths with a disability: issues and challenges"
Stephen Winn; Ian Hay
Pages 103 -- 115
Louise Townson; Rohhss Chapman; Colin Barnes; Bob Sapey
Pages 117 -- 122
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"Notions of self: lived realities of children with disabilities"
Vanessa Singh; Anita Ghai
Pages 129 -- 145
"Would rethinking learning disabilities benefit Kuwait?"
Maysaa Bazna; D. Kim Reid
Pages 147 -- 160
"Independence pays: a cost and resource analysis of direct payments in two local authorities"
Tim Stainton; Steve Boyce; Ceri J. Phillips
Pages 161 -- 172
"Constructing the ‘ideal’ family for family-centred practice: challenges for delivery"
Jenny Dodd; Sherry Saggers; Helen Wildy
Pages 173 -- 186
"Chemical and electromagnetic exposures as disability barriers: environmental sensitivity"
Pamela Reed Gibson
Pages 187 -- 199
"Physical and social barriers to social relationships: voices of rural disabled women in the USA"
Diane E. Taub; Penelope A. McLorg; April K. Bartnick
Pages 201 -- 215
"Self-employment among people with disabilities: evidence for Europe"
Pages 217 -- 229
"Fatness as a disability: questions of personal and group identity"
Nathan Kai-Cheong Chan; Allison C. Gillick
Pages 231 -- 243
Alan Roulstone; Frances Affleck; Paul Adderley; Tracey Harrison; Ruth Garbutt; Alison Wilde; Nick Watson
Pages 245 -- 252
Pages 257 -- 258
"Living on the margin: disabled Iranians in Belgian society"
Gary L. Albrecht; Patrick J. Devlieger; Geert Van Hove
Pages 259 -- 271
"Concepts of access for people with learning difficulties: towards a shared understanding"
Melanie Nind; Jane Seale
Pages 273 -- 287
"Bodies ‘locked up’: intersections of disability and race in Australian immigration"
K. Soldatic; L. Fiske
Pages 289 -- 301
"‘Now I’d like to sleep with Rachael’ -- researching sexuality support in a service agency group home"
Carol Anne Hamilton
Pages 303 -- 315
"Consumer-directed personal assistance and ‘care’: perspectives of workers and ventilator users"
Barbara E. Gibson; Dina Brooks; Dale DeMatteo; Audrey King
Pages 317 -- 330
"Normative approaches to justice in physical education for pupils with physical disabilities -- dilemmas of recognition and redistribution"
Kajsa Jerlinder; Berth Danermark; Peter Gill
Pages 331 -- 342
"Reframing Asperger syndrome: lessons from other challenges to the Diagnostic and statistical manual and ICIDH approaches"
Pages 343 -- 355
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Pages 357 -- 371
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Jan Nespor; David Hicks; Anna-Maria Fall
Pages 373 -- 385
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Pages 387 -- 393
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"Wounded/monstrous/abject: a critique of the disabled body in the sociological imaginary"
Pages 399 -- 410
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Joan Lesseliers; Geert Van Hove; Stijn Vandevelde
Pages 411 -- 423
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Pages 425 -- 436
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Marta D. Infante; Claudia Matus
Pages 437 -- 445
"Getting to know reality and breaking stereotypes: the experience of two generations of working disabled women"
Mari'a Lo'pez Gonza'lez
Pages 447 -- 459
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Bhensri Naemiratch; Lenore Manderson
Pages 475 -- 488
"Understanding the social exclusion and stalled welfare of citizens with learning disabilities"
Pages 489 -- 501
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Smadar Tuval; Emda Orr
Pages 503 -- 516
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Pages 517 -- 531
Marie Yates; Holly Renzhofer; Teela Sanders
Pages 533 -- 537
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Susan Peters; Susan Gabel; Simoni Symeonidou
Pages 543 -- 556
"Disabled people and self-directed support schemes: reconceptualising work and welfare in the 21st century"
Simon Prideaux; Alan Roulstone; Jennifer Harris; Colin Barnes
Pages 557 -- 569
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Pages 571 -- 584
"(Re)Defining disability in the ‘genetic age’: behavioral genetics, ‘new’ eugenics and the future of impairment"
Michael A. Rembis
Pages 585 -- 597
"Mentalism, disability rights and modern eugenics in a ‘brave new world’"
Diane Wiener; Rebecca Ribeiro; Kurt Warner
Pages 599 -- 610
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Pages 611 -- 624
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Pages 677 -- 688
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Pages 703 -- 714
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Pages 715 -- 726
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Pages 771 -- 784
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