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Disability and Society: Ideological And Historical Dimensions

Disability and Society: Ideological And Historical Dimensions

Patrick McDonnell

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Western culture, from the earliest times until today, has had a varied outlook and relationship with disability. This book explores that theme.

This book explores the changing relationship between disability and society in Western culture from early modern times to the present, with a particular emphasis on Ireland.

The author identifies the main ideologies and practices that have shaped the relationship between disability and society, describes how these emerged over time and discusses their continuing impact on social, political and cultural life today.

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Author Patrick McDonnell
Publisher Blackhall
Publication date 14 Aug 2007
Format Paperback
ISBN/EAN 9781842181379

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