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`Beyond Disability... raises questions such as why services tend to miss the needs experienced by disabled people themselves, what is it like to be disabled - and what is it like to experience different impairments such as mobility, visual or intellectual impairments. The volume includes sections on legislation (anti-discrimination), counselling, the attitudes of professionals, and concludes with a `diagnosis of the present', co-authored by one of the grand old men of the British disability movement, Vic Finkelstein.' Acta Sociologica
A good read for my students who are doing disability studies in 2nd year of the social care course
A good read tackling a number of disabilities and issues.
Informative book, I would, as a visually impaired lecturer like to see a little larger print.
Some very well informed chapters,
I have recommended this to my Disability Policy Students. It is a very accessible book and as the title suggests, provides the students with a range of perspectives which go 'Beyond Disability'.