Disability: A Reference Handbook

by
Michael Rembisauthor

Michael Rembis is an associate professor in the Department of History and director of the Center for Disability Studies at the University at Buffalo (SUNY).

Disability: A Reference Handbook

20190731

ABC-CLIO

Pages 352
Topics Americans with Disabilities Act;Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act;Cochlear Implants;Disability Arts and Culture;Disability Rights Movement;Independent Living Movement;Individuals with Disabilities Education Act;Mad People's Liberation Movement

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Disability: A Reference Handbook

Author(s): Rembis, Michael;
Contributors: Rembis, Michael;
Abstract:

This volume offers a rare mix of interpretive chapters and primary sources that will be of value to anyone interested in learning about important disability-related issues from the perspective of disabled people themselves.


• Collects key primary documents and important analyses, provided by one of the leading scholars in the field of disability studies

• Weaves together decades of disability studies and disability history research in a well-rounded manner

• Reflects the author's expertise and gives readers access to important voices in perspectives chapters

• Arms readers with knowledge about what issues concern people with disabilities in the 21st century

SortTitle: disability: a reference handbook
Keyword(s): Americans with Disabilities Act; Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act; Cochlear Implants; Disability Arts and Culture; Disability Rights Movement; Independent Living Movement; Individuals with Disabilities Education Act; Mad People's Liberation Movement
Author Info:
Michael Rembisauthor

Michael Rembis is an associate professor in the Department of History and director of the Center for Disability Studies at the University at Buffalo (SUNY).

eISBN-13: 9781440862304
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Print ISBN-13: 9781440862298
Imprint: ABC-CLIO
Pages: 352
Publication Date: 20190731
Series: Contemporary World Issues