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PHASE 2: DISCOVERING THE PERSON IN 'DISABILITY' AND 'REHABILITATION'

@inproceedings{Finkelstein1975PHASE2D,
  title={PHASE 2: DISCOVERING THE PERSON IN 'DISABILITY' AND 'REHABILITATION'},
  author={Vic Finkelstein and Magic Carpet},
  year={1975}
}
The past ten years have seen great changes in the position of disabled people in this country. This period has been called the age where rehabilitation has come into its own, where the rights and needs of disabled people have been increasingly recognised, and so on. However, there is still some confusion about where this is all leading, what has really been achieved, and even, at times, what it is all about. Mary Greaves, for example says, on integration: ‘We who are disabled all talk long and… 
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