Dis/ability Studies: Theorising disablism and ableism

  title={Dis/ability Studies: Theorising disablism and ableism},
  author={Dan Goodley},
Preface Part 1: Finding Dis/ability Studies 1. Disablism 2. Ableism 3. Intersectionality 4. Dis/ability Studies 5. Researching Dis/ability Part 2: Exemplifying Dis/ability Studies 6. Precarious Bodies: The Biopolitics of Dis/ability and Debility 7. Becoming Inclusive Education: Cripping Neoliberal-able Schooling 8. The Psychopathology of the Normals: Why People are so Messed up Around Dis/ability 9. Markets, Cruel Optimism and Civil Society: Producing Dis/ability 10. Critical Dis/ability… 
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