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Exploring Disability: A Sociological Introduction

@inproceedings{Barnes1999ExploringDA,
  title={Exploring Disability: A Sociological Introduction},
  author={C. Barnes and G. Mercer},
  year={1999}
}
1. Introduction. 2. Understanding Disability. What a difference a decade makes! Developing a sociological imagination. Comparative and historical perspectives. A tale of two models. Sociological issues and approaches. Review. 3. Sociological Approaches to Chronic Illness and Disability. Sick role behaviour. Labelling theory. Experience of 'chronic illness and disability'. Medical and professional power. Medicalization. Towards a sociology of the disabled body? Review. 4. Enter Disability Theory… Expand
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