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Title The global politics of impairment and disability : processes and embodiments / edited by Karen Soldatic and Helen Meekosha
Published London : Routledge 2014


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Description xiii, 172 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Series Thirdworlds
Third world quarterly (Series)
Contents Machine generated contents note: 1.Southern Bodies and Disability: re-thinking concepts / Raewyn Connell -- 2.Human Rights and the Global South: the case of disability / Karen Soldatic -- 3.Embodiment and Emotion in Sierra Leone / Maria Berghs -- 4.Fostering Deaf People's Empowerment: the Cameroonian deaf community and epistemological equity / Goedele AM De Clerck -- 5.Care, Disability and HIV in Africa: diverging or interconnected concepts and practices? / Agnes Atim -- 6.Geodisability Knowledge Production and International Norms: a Sri Lankan case study / Fiona Kumari Campbell -- 7.The Lived Experience of Families Living with Spinal Cord Disability in Northeast Thailand / Mark J King -- 8.Disability and Poverty: the need for a more nuanced understanding of implications for development policy and practice / Jean-Francois Trani -- 9.Including Deaf Children in Primary Schools in Bushenyi, Uganda: a community-based initiative / Julia Beart --
Contents note continued: 10.Disability and Humanitarianism in Refugee Camps: the case for a travelling supranational disability praxis / Mansha Mirza
Notes "The chapters in this book were originally published in Third World Quarterly, volume 32, issue 8 (September 2011)"--p. ix
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Disability studies -- Developing countries.
People with disabilities -- Developing countries.
Human rights -- Developing countries.
Globalization -- Social aspects -- Developing countries.
Author Soldatic, Karen.
Meekosha, Helen.
ISBN 9781138776005