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Feminist Perspectives on Disability by Barbara Fawcett
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Core text within women's studies degrees and women's issue options within a wide range of degree level and vocational courses. Also suitable for disability studies courses, social policy courses and health studies/sciences. Feminist Perspectives on Disability provides a much needed synthesis of the ideas in two high profile fields, feminism and disability studies. It is written by an experienced researcher and teacher and will not only prove a valuable addition to the series but will also make an important contribution in its own right to the development of theory and practice in these two fields. *Important contribution in its own rights to the development of theory and practice on a key topic in Feminist studies. *Combines theory with practice to give readers a balanced view of the subject matter. *Pedagogical features such as case studies, boxes, chapter summaries engage the reader, provoke critical thinking and allow for more thorough comprehension of the content.
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February 21st, 2000
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United Kingdom
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