4 black & white tables, 13 black & white line drawings
Alan Roulstone, Carol Thomas, Nick Watson
Table Of Contents
Section 1: Theorising Disability 1. The Changing Terrain of Disability Studies / Alan Roulstone, Carol Thomas and Nick Watson 2. Understanding the Social Model of Disability: Past, Present and Future / Colin Barnes 3. Critical Disability Studies: Rethinking the Conventions for the Age of Postmodernity / Margrit Shildrick 4. Minority Model: From Liberal to Neo-Liberal Futures of Disability / David Mitchell and Sharon Snyder 5. The ICF and Its Relationship to Disability Studies / Jerome E. Bickenbach 6. Fear, Pity and Disgust: Emotions and the Non-disabled Imaginary / Bill Hughes 7. Psycho-emotional Disablism: The Missing Link? / Donna Reeve 8. Researching Disablement / Nick Watson Section 2: Theorising Impairment and Impairment Effects 9. Deaf Identities in Disability Studies: With Us or Without Us? / Jackie Leach Scully 10. Theorising the Position of People with Learning Difficulties Within Disability Studies: Progress and Pitfalls / Kirsten Stalker 11. Long Term Disabling Conditions and Disability Theory / Sasha Scambler 12. Psychiatric System Survivors An Emerging Movement / Peter Beresford 13. It's About Time! Understanding the Experience of Speech Impairment / Kevin Paterson 14. Visually Impairment and Disability: a Dual Approach Towards Equality and Inclusion in UK Policy and Provision / Karen Beauchamp-Pryor Section 3: Social Policy and Disability: Health, Personal Assistance, Employment and Education 15. Disability and Neoliberal State Formations / Karen Soldatic Helen Meekosha 16. Disabled People, Work and Employment: A Global Perspective / Alan Roulstone 17. Disability Studies, Inclusive Education & Exclusion. / Michele Moore and Roger Slee 18. Independent Living / Charlotte Pearson 19. Disablement & Health / Eric Emerson, Brandon Vick, Hilary Graham, Chris Hatton, Gwynnyth Llewellyn, Ros Madden, Boika Rechel and Janet Robertson 20. Disability in Developing Countries / Tom Shakespeare Section 4: Disability Studies and Interdisciplinarity 21. Social Encounters, Cultural Representation, and Critical Avoidance / David Bolt 22. What Can Philosophy Tell Us About Disability? / Simo Vehmas 23. The Psychology of Disability / Dan Goodley 24. History and Disability Studies: Evolving Perspectives / Anne Borsay 25. Disability, Sport and Physical Activity: A Critical Review / Brett Smith and Andrew C. Sparkes 26. What Can the Study of Science and Technology Tell Us About Disability? / Stuart Blume Section 5: Contextualising the Disability Experience 27. Feminism and Disability: A Cartography of Multiplicity / Ana Be 28. Race/Ethnicity and Disability Studies: Towards an Explicitly Intersectional Approach / Deborah Stienstra 29. Mothering and Disability: Implications for Theory and Practice / Claudia Malacrida 30. Understanding Disabled Families: Replacing Tales of Burden With Ties of Interdependency / Janice McLaughlin 31. Conceptual Issues In Childhood and Disability: Integrating Theories From Childhood and Disability Studies / John Davis 32. 'I Hope He Dies Before Me' - Unraveling the Debates About Aging and People with Intellectual Disability / Christine Bigby
Nick Watson is Professor of Disability Studies and Director of the Strathclyde Centre for Disability Research at the University of Glasgow, UK. Alan Roulstone is Research Professor at Northumbria University, UK. Carol Thomas is Professor of Sociology at the University of Lancaster, UK.