障害:ライフコース・アプローチ<br>Disability : A Life Course Approach

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障害:ライフコース・アプローチ
Disability : A Life Course Approach

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 248 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780745625126
  • DDC分類 305.90816

基本説明

社会モデル・アプローチから障害者のライフコースを論ずる。
Includes chapters on birthrights and eugenics, childhood, youth transitions, interdependence and adulthood, old age and death and dying.

Full Description

Disability: a Life Course Approach provides students and teachers with easy access to many of the most important current disability issues and debates. It provides a clearly focused account, and bridges some important gaps in the existing disability literature by including issues relevant to disabled people of all ages. If offers a unique approach to understanding disabling societies in a systematic way, using a novel life course approach. This book examines how contemporary societies organise and control generational boundaries and progression through the life course for disabled people. There are specific chapters on birthrights and eugenics, childhood, youth transitions, interdependence and adulthood, old age and death and dying. The emphasis is on contemporary policy and politics (located within a broader sociological and cultural context) including the claims and struggles of the disabled peoplea s movement. The discussion is framed within a social model approach and draws extensively on contemporary international debates about the citizenship and human rights of disabled people. The book functions both as a resource guide and as a tool for learning.
The various chapters include reviews of existing literature and theoretical debates, alongside specific examples of disabling policies and practices in different countries. There are also case studies illustrating key issues, together with relevant discussion and teaching points, and suggestions for further research and reading. The book addresses an international readership and will be of particular interest to students and teachers of disability studies, sociology, human development, social policy; to professionals and students within rehabilitation and social work; and to disabled people and lay readers with an interest in contemporary disability issues and debates.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   vii
Introduction 1 (3)
A life course approach 4 (2)
Outline of the following chapters 6 (5)
Concepts 11 (24)
Disability 11 (8)
Generation 19 (6)
The life course 25 (7)
Summary 32 (3)
Birthrights 35 (26)
Birth decisions and the value of lives 35 (6)
Eugenics, old and new 41 (9)
New choices or old issues? 50 (9)
Summary 59 (2)
Disability and Childhood 61 (27)
Thinking about childhood 61 (7)
Culture and structure 68 (8)
Current debates 76 (9)
Summary 85 (3)
Disability and Youth 88 (28)
Thinking about youth 88 (9)
Sex and sexuality 97 (9)
Preparation for what? 106(7)
Summary 113(3)
Disability and Adulthood 116(27)
Thinking about adulthood 116(8)
Parenting 124(8)
Work and employment 132(8)
Summary 140(3)
Disability and Old Age 143(23)
Culture and structure 143(6)
The body and identity 149(7)
The politics of disability and old age 156(7)
Summary 163(3)
Death and Dying 166(23)
Thinking about death and dying 166(9)
Life, death and disability 175(12)
Summary 187(2)
Conclusion 189(10)
References 199(36)
Index 235