Driving toward disability rhetorics: narrative, crip theory, and eco-ability in Mad Max: Fury Road

@article{Fletcher2017DrivingTD,
  title={Driving toward disability rhetorics: narrative, crip theory, and eco-ability in Mad Max: Fury Road},
  author={Brandon Fletcher and Alvin J. Primack},
  journal={Critical Studies in Media Communication},
  year={2017},
  volume={34},
  pages={344 - 357}
}
ABSTRACT We argue that the film Mad Max: Fury Road challenges stigmas associated with disability by conceptualizing a world that embraces the differences between disabled and abled bodies. Drawing on crip theory and eco-ability scholarship, we examine how Mad Max: Fury Road’s narrative criticizes normative and ableist understandings about the body by imagining a world that constructs accessible and valued spaces for the disabled. Dolmage [Dolmage, J. (2013). Disability Rhetoric. New York… Expand

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