Publisher: Temple University Press (October 10, 1989)
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ladies with disabilities are girls first, sharing the goals and disappointments universal to girls in a male-dominated society. yet simply because society persists in viewing incapacity as a symbol of passivity and incompetence, disabled ladies occupy a devalued prestige within the social hierarchy. This e-book represents the intersection of the feminist and incapacity rights views; it analyzes the forces that push disabled ladies in the direction of the margins of social existence, and it considers the assets that allow those girls to withstand the stereotype. Drawing on legislations, social technology, folklore, literature, psychoanalytic conception, and political activism, this ebook describes the event of girls with disabilities. The essays contemplate the effect of social category, race, the age at which incapacity happens, and sexual orientation at the disabled woman's self-worth in addition to on her existence thoughts. The members concentration their inquiry at the self perceptions of disabled girls and ask: From what assets do those girls draw confident self photos? How do they face up to the culture's strength to label them as deviant? The essays describe the ways that disabled girls face discrimination within the place of work and the failure of the mainstream women's stream to deal with their matters. within the sequence overall healthiness, Society, and coverage, edited by means of Sheryl Ruzek and Irving Kenneth Zola.
Asperger Syndrome Employment Workbook: An Employment Workbook for Adults with Asperger Syndrome: A Workbook for Individuals on the Autistic Spectrum, Their Families and Helping Professionals of Meyer, Roger N. on 15 December 2000 quotes