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The disability revolution in New Zealand : a social map

Author: Peter Beatson; Massey University. Sociology Programme.
Publisher: [Palmerston North, N.Z.] : Sociology Programme, Massey University, ©2000.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Beatson; Massey University. Sociology Programme.
ISBN: 0473065673 9780473065676
OCLC Number: 154669032
Notes: Rev. and up-dated version of: The sociology of disability. 1996.
Description: 483 pages : 1 illustration ; 24 cm
Contents: What is disability? (The terminological minefield ; Impairment defined ; Disability defined ; The four dimensions of disability ; Varieties of disabled identities) --
Mapping society (The social model of disability ; Nature & the impaired body ; Population & a right to life ; The economy & work ; Politics & the state ; Welfare & health ; Community & family ; Culture & ideology ; Putting the map to work) --
The body (Natural impairment vs social oppression ; Alienation from the external world ; Alienation from the self ; The quest for normality) --
Population (Demography & sociology ; Methodological problems ; The composition of the disabled population ; The right to life) --
Economy & employment (Why employment is important ; The employment status of disabled New Zealanders ; Barriers to the employment of people with disabilities ; Addressing employers ; Addressing disabled job-seekers ; The macro-economic climate ) Politics (Introducing the state ; Speaking for the disabled : from segregation to integration ; The disability social movement ; Barriers to progress) --
Welfare (Varieties of service provision ; The welfare debate : state intervention vs self-reliance ; The minimalist approach ; The social democratic response ; Personal conclusion : humaity & efficiency) --
Community (What is community? ; Disabled people in the able-bodied community ; The community of the disabled) --
Culture & ideology (What is culture? ; Able-bodied representations of disability ; Exclusion from culture ; Disability culture ; From culture to ideology). What is disability? (The terminological minefield ; Impairment defined ; Disability defined ; The four dimensions of disability ; Varieties of disabled identities) --
Mapping society (The social model of disability ; Nature & the impaired body ; Population & a right to life ; The economy & work ; Politics & the state ; Welfare & health ; Community & family ; Culture & ideology ; Putting the map to work) --
The body (Natural impairment vs social oppression ; Alienation from the external world ; Alienation from the self ; The quest for normality) --
Population (Demography & sociology ; Methodological problems ; The composition of the disabled population ; The right to life) --
Economy & employment (Why employment is important ; The employment status of disabled New Zealanders ; Barriers to the employment of people with disabilities ; Addressing employers ; Addressing disabled job-seekers ; The macro-economic climate).
Responsibility: Peter Beatson.

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