From leisure and disability to disability leisure: developing data, definitions and discourses

@article{Aitchison2003FromLA,
  title={From leisure and disability to disability leisure: developing data, definitions and discourses},
  author={C. Aitchison},
  journal={Disability \& Society},
  year={2003},
  volume={18},
  pages={955 - 969}
}
Although both disability studies and leisure studies have grown to become influential subject fields in their own right, there has been little discursive exchange between the two fields. This article seeks to address these equally significant gaps in disability research within leisure studies and leisure research within disability studies. Empirical data examining the role of leisure in the lives of a group of young people with cerebral palsy are introduced to contextualise definitions and… Expand
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