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The disability studies reader [electronic resource] /

[edited by] Lennard J. Davis.

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Names: Davis, Lennard J.,
Published: New York, NY : Routledge, 2013.
Edition: 4th ed.
Topics: People with disabilities. | Sociology of disability. | Disability studies.
Genres: Electronic books.
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245 04|aThe disability studies reader|h[electronic resource] /|c[edited by] Lennard J. Davis.
250 |a4th ed.
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300 |a1 online resource (xiv, 578 pages)
336 |atext|btxt|2rdacontent
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 |aPreface to the fourth edition -- Historical perspectives -- Constructing normalcy / Lennard J. Davis -- Disability and the justification of inequality in american history / Douglas Baynton -- "Heaven's special child" : the making of poster children / Paul Longmore -- Disabling attitudes : u.s. disability law and the ada amendments act / Elizabeth Emens -- The politics of disability -- Disabling postcolonialism : global disability cultures and democratic criticism / Clare Barker and Stuart Murray -- Abortion and disability : who should and should not inhabit the world? / Ruth Hubbard -- "Disability rights and selective abortion" / Marsha Saxton -- Disability, democracy, and the new genetics / Michael Berube -- A mad fight : psychiatry and disability activism / Bradley Lewis -- The institution yet to come : analyzing incarceration through a disability lens / Liat Ben-Moshe -- Stigma and illness -- Stigma : an enigma demystified / Lerita M. Coleman-Brown -- Unhealthy disabled / Susan Wendell -- Theorizing disability -- "Reassigning meaning" / Simi Linton -- Enabling disability : rewriting kinship, reimagining citizenship / Faye -- Aesthetic nervousness / Ato Quayson -- The social model of disability / Tom Shakespeare -- Narrative prosthesis / David Mitchell and Sharon Snyder -- The unexceptional schizophrenic : a post-postmodern introduction / Catherine Prendergast -- Deaf studies in the 21st century : deaf-gain and the future of the human / H-Dirksen L. Baumann and Joseph J. Murray -- Identities and intersectionalities -- The end of identity politics : on disability as an unstable category / Lennard J. Davis -- Disability and the theory of complex embodiment : for identity politics in a new register / Tobin Siebers -- Defining mental disability / Margaret Price.
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