Changing Attitudes toward People with Disabilities: Experimenting with an Educational Intervention

@inproceedings{Hunt2004ChangingAT,
  title={Changing Attitudes toward People with Disabilities: Experimenting with an Educational Intervention},
  author={Courtney Shelton Hunt and Brandon Hunt},
  year={2004}
}
Individuals with disabilities comprise approximately 20% of the US population and constitute a significant minority group (Bush, 2001; National Organization on Disability (NOD), 2002). They are relatively underrepresented in the workforce, however, in spite of technological advances and changes in the physical environments of most businesses and public settings due to the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in 1990 (Koss-Feder, 1999). Unemployment rates for people with… CONTINUE READING

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