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Author Riddell, Sheila, 1953-
Title Disability, Culture and Identity.
Imprint London : Routledge, 2014.

Author Riddell, Sheila, 1953-
Subject People with disabilities.
People with disabilities -- Social conditions.
Alt Name Watson, Nick, 1960-
Description 1 online resource (223 pages)
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Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of contributors; Preface; Acknowledgements; CHAPTER ONE Disability, Culture and Identity: Introduction; Introduction; The social model of disability and culture; What is culture?; Culture and disability; Disability and identity; Structure and content of the book; Conclusion; References; CHAPTER TWO A culture of participation?; 'Dependent children'; 'Troubled adolescents'; 'Needy disabled people'; Defined as 'the other'?; Is it possible to have a culture of participation?; References.
CHAPTER THREE Daily denials: The routinisation of oppression and resistanceIntroduction; The importance of interaction: reclaiming social interaction; Prejudice; The daily experience of oppression; Oppression as patronage and the denial of agency; Oppression as the product of charity; Becoming the centre of attention; Engaging with non-disabled people; Oppression as ignorance; Conclusion; References; CHAPTER FOUR 'It's like your hair going grey', or is it?: impairment, disability and the habitus of old age; Introduction; Thinking about disability and old age.
Talking about older disabled peoplePreoccupations with the body and physical function; Biography and identity; Older disabled people, same or different?; References; CHAPTER FIVE Challenging a 'spoiled identity': mental health service users, recognition and redistribution; Introduction; Challenging a 'spoiled identity'; Patient; Customer; User; Survivor; Client; Member; Person with the diagnosis; Madperson; No suitable term; Towards a mental health identity?; A positive identity?; A permanent identity?; Social construct or immanent condition?; A shared identity?; Rethinking identity?
Conclusion: the limits of differenceReferences; CHAPTER SIX Deafness/Disability -- problematising notions of identity, culture and structure; Introduction; Deaf studies: the structural penetration of culture; Disability studies: the cultural penetration of structure; Conclusion; References; CHAPTER SEVEN Against a politics of victimisation: disability culture and self-advocates with learning difficulties; Introduction; Disabling and disability cultures; Researching self-advocacy; Embracing cultures and resilient identities; Resilience in the family; Identity formation and institutionalisation.
Disabled identities and self-advocacy cultureSelf-advocacy and the disability movement; Conclusion; References; CHAPTER EIGHT Now I Know Why Disability Art is Drowning in the River Lethe (with thanks to Pierre Bourdieu); Introduction; The development of Disability Art in the UK; Commercial sponsorship of art and Disability Art; State sponsorship of Disability Art; The domestication of Disability Art and Disability Artists; Conclusion; References; CHAPTER NINE Mainstreaming disability on Radio 4; Introduction; Media, power and disability; Inclusion, exclusion and mainstreaming.
Note Rights, citizenship and consumerism.
Summary First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781317904465 (electronic bk.)
131790446X (electronic bk.)
9781315847634 (e-book ; PDF)
1315847639 (e-book ; PDF)
9780130894403 (pbk.)
OCLC # 881417491
Additional Format Print version: Riddell, Sheila. Disability, Culture and Identity. London : Routledge, 2014 9780130894403

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