Hostile, Benevolent, and Ambivalent Ableism: Contemporary Manifestations

  title={Hostile, Benevolent, and Ambivalent Ableism: Contemporary Manifestations},
  author={Michelle R Nario-Redmond and Alexia A. Kemerling and Arielle Silverman},
  journal={Journal of Social Issues},

Attitudes Towards Physical Disability Scale Adaptation on a Russian Sample

Objective. The Attitudes to Physical Disability Scale (ADS) adaptation.Background. Opinion polls show that in Russia perception of people with disabilities is complex and ambiguous. However, there is

Is occupational therapy an ableist health profession? A critical reflection on ableism and occupational therapy

This article hopes to serve as an eye-opener for occupational therapy practitioners and reconsider their doings, knowings, and sayings in their present and future practice to deconstruct ableist mechanisms employed within occupational therapy practice.

Ableism and Contours of the Attitudinal Environment as Identified by Adults with Long-Term Physical Disabilities: A Qualitative Study

Adults with physical disabilities experience a continuum of enabling and disabling attitudes in the environment. This study identified where adults with physical disabilities experience the

Canadian Journal of Disability Studies Published by the Canadian Disability Studies Association Association canadienne d’études sur le handicap

This is a précis of the forthcoming book, The Disabled Contract: Severe Intellectual Disability, Justice and Morality. It examines how people with severe intellectual disabilities (PSID) fare within

Fighting shadows? The concept and emergence of ableism in society and at the worplace

Ableism is both an ideology and a belief system that privileges ableness and normality considering disability as a lower form of human existence and rendering people with disabilities invisible.

Beyond Safety: Toward a Value-Sensitive Approach to the Design of AI Systems

It is proposed that the AI community should incorporate ideas from the Value-Sensitive Design framework from the Human-Computer Interaction community to ensure the needs and values of all stakeholders are reflected in the systems the authors build.

Infusing disability equity within rehabilitation education and practice: A qualitative study of lived experiences of ableism, allyship, and healthcare partnership

A Critical Disability Studies (CDS) framework was employed to understand the lived experiences of ableism and allyship from faculty, staff, and students on University of Washington campuses who identify as d/Deaf, disabled/with a disability, or as having a chronic health condition.

Three Intervention Programs in Secondary Education on Attitudes Toward Persons With a Disability

Persons with a disability make up a social group which is in an especially vulnerable situation. They have to face obstacles and difficulties in their participation as part of the community with



Ableism Special Issue Introduction

Demographic, Experiential, and Temporal Variation in Ableism

Data from Project Implicit were analyzed to explore trends in ableism. Over 300,000 U.S. residents with and without disabilities completed the Disability IAT and two measures of explicit prejudice.

Consequences of Confronting Patronizing Help for People with Disabilities: Do Target Gender and Disability Type Matter?

The results highlight the importance of considering intersectionality and cross-disability heterogeneity when examining the multifaceted experience of ableism and the consequences of confronting patronizing help vary across target gender and disability type.

Disability Models Affect Disability Policy Support through Awareness of Structural Discrimination

In three studies (N = 340) we examined the effects of medical versus social model representations of physical disability on awareness of structural discrimination and prodisability policy support

Independent or ungrateful? Consequences of confronting patronizing help for people with disabilities

People with disabilities routinely face a dilemma in dealing with patronizing help: While accepting unsolicited assistance may be harmful for its recipients, confronting the helper can lead to

Reevaluating the Supercrip

The article assesses the term supercrip and its use in disability studies scholarship. The traditional use of the term encompasses a wide variety of representations. Therefore it is argued that in

Re-Claiming Disability: Identity, Procedural Justice, and the Disability Determination Process

This research highlights the crucial role of an intimate link between a disabled person's self-identity and the perceived fairness of legal procedures. In doing so, it brings to the foreground a

Managing Ambivalent Prejudices

Not all biases are equivalent, and not all biases are uniformly negative. Two fundamental dimensions differentiate stereotyped groups in cultures across the globe: status predicts perceived