Studying disability : multiple theories and responses / Elizabeth DePoy, Stephen French Gilson.

Publisher's summary: "This innovative text first reviews existing theories, then sets forth a new viewpoint that incorporates elements from disability studies, sociology, human services, rehabilitation counseling, and public health. Authors Elizabeth DePoy and Stephen French Gilson explore...

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Main Author: DePoy, Elizabeth.
Other Authors: Gilson, Stephen French.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Los Angeles : SAGE, [2011]
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505 0 |a Foundations -- Looking back : ancient Greece through the 19th century -- Disability in the 20th and 21st centuries : medical condition, construction, or commodity -- The descriptive element of explanatory legitimacy -- Explanations introduced -- Longitudinal explanations -- Environmental explanations -- Categorical explanations -- Systems explanations -- Contemporary and emerging explanations -- Legitimacy : what is it? -- Who is a legitimate category member? -- Legitimate humanities responses -- Legitimate social science responses -- Legitimate professional responses -- Integrative academic-professional stance through disjuncture theory -- A model of community legitimacy : creating human-environment juncture. 
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