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Title Disability, gender, and the trajectories of power / edited by Asha Hans.
Imprint New Delhi, India : Sage, 2015.

Subject Women with disabilities -- Social conditions.
Women with disabilities -- Psychology.
People with disabilities -- Social conditions.
People with disabilities -- Psychology.
Alt Name Hans, Asha,
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction: Gendering the disability framework -- Part I: Disability: a gendered problematic and conceptualization. A gendered perspective of disability studies / Upali Chakravarti ; Women with disabilities: How do they fare in our society? / S.B. Agnihotri and Amrita Patel ; Women with psychosocial disabilities: shifting the lens from medical to social / Nilika Mehrotra and Mahima Nayar -- Part II: Human experiences and agency. I feel normal inside. Outside, my body isn't! / Malini Chib ; What is the intersection between oppression of women and psychiatric oppression? / Tina Minkowitz ; Tale of married women with disabilities: an oxymoron reality / Santoshi Halder ; A disabled mother's journey in raising her child / Sandhya Limaye ; Developmental disability and the family: autism spectrum disorder in urban India / Shubhangi Vaidya -- Part III: Toward nondiscriminatory gendered strategies. Yes, girls and women with disabilities do math! An intersectionality analysis / Stephanie Ortoleva ; Gendered constructions of work and disability in contemporary India: discursive and empirical perspectives / Renu Addlakha ; Legal capacity and civil political rights for people with psychosocial disabilities / Bhargavi V. Davar -- Epilogue: Transforming invisibilities and obscure directions.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (Ebscohost, viewed May 16, 2019).
Summary Widens and deepens the current discourse on disability and gender!
ISBN 9789351505051 (electronic bk.)
9351505057 (EPUB)
OCLC # 945766863
Additional Format Print version: Hans, Asha Disability, Gender and the Trajectories of Power New Delhi : SAGE Publications,c2015 9789351501237.

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