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Ending Disability Discrimination : Strategies for Social Workers

Ending Disability Discrimination : Strategies for Social Workers - 05 edition

Ending Disability Discrimination : Strategies for Social Workers - 05 edition

ISBN13: 9780205379422

ISBN10: 0205379427

Ending Disability Discrimination : Strategies for Social Workers by Gary May and Martha Raske - ISBN 9780205379422
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 05
Copyright: 2005
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
Published: 2005
International: No
Ending Disability Discrimination : Strategies for Social Workers by Gary May and Martha Raske - ISBN 9780205379422

ISBN13: 9780205379422

ISBN10: 0205379427

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 05

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Summary

Ending Disability Discrimination defines disability as a social construction, not an immutable physical limitation, and gives social work students and practitioners a model that can be used to transform how people with disabilities are treated.

Features

  • Uses an innovative model for understanding disability that draws upon a concept familiar to social work students: discrimination (Ch. 5).
  • Presents disability-related impairment as a consequence of discrimination, making the target system the social environment rather than the person with the disability; a view point that shows commitment to social justice and draws upon the systems perspective used for understanding other minority groups.
  • Provides a single source through which to explore the shifting history of scholarly thinking about disability issues by including chapters from respected disability scholars that chronicle and analyze the evolution of the conceptualization of disability (Chs. 1, 2 & 4).
  • Engages students in a critical examination of the "truth" about disability that will enable students and practitioners alike to improve their understanding of and practice in the area of disability.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Preface.

I. DISABILITY PERSPECTIVES.

1. Academic Debates and Political Advocacy: The U.S. Disability Movement (Harlan Hahn).
2. The Conceptualization of Disability (David Pfeiffer).
3. The Environment of Disability Today: A Nursing Home is Not a Home (Reiko Hayashi).
4. Rethinking Disability in Social Work: Interdisciplinary Perspectives (Vanmala Hirananandi).

II. THE DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION MODEL.

5. Changing the Future of Disability: The Disability Discrimination Model (Gary May).
6. The Disability Discrimination Model in Social Work Practice (Martha Raske).
7. The Disability Discrimination Model in Social Policy Practice (Gary May).
8. The Evolution of a New Paradigm for Disability Research (Harlan Hahn and Martha Raske).

Epilogue: The Challenges for Social Work (Gary May).

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