Disability, work, and welfare

@article{Barnes2005DisabilityWA,
  title={Disability, work, and welfare},
  author={C. Barnes and G. Mercer},
  journal={Work, Employment & Society},
  year={2005},
  volume={19},
  pages={527 - 545}
}
This article engages with debates relating to social policy and disabled people’s exclusion from the British labour market. Drawing on recent developments from within the disabled people’s movement, in particular, the concept of independent living and the social model of disability, and the associated disability studies literature, a critical evaluation of orthodox sociological theories of work, unemployment, and under-employment in relation to disabled people’s exclusion from the workplace is… Expand
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