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|ISBN:||9780415681605 041568160X 9780203112762 0203112768|
|Description:||ix, 248 pages ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction 1. Cultural Othering and Material Deprivation 2. Theorising Disability: The Body, Ideology and Society 3. Psychoanalysis and Disability Studies: An Unlikely Alliance 4. Bioethics, Disability and The Quality Of Life Debate 5. Exploring the Cultural Shaping Of Socialization: The Psychological Positioning of Disabled Lives 6. Oppression, Psychology and Change: Initial Conceptual Reflections 7. Conceptualising the Psychological Predicaments of Disablism: Disability, Silence and Trauma 8. Disability and the Distortion of Personal and Psychic Boundaries 9. Disability and Loss 10. Concluding Reflections|
|Series Title:||Routledge advances in disability studies.|
'Watermeyer presents a thoughtful psychological and political argument on how to understand and address bias against people with disabilities, writing in an easy manner that is very approachable for