Poverty and disability

  title={Poverty and disability},
  author={Shaun Grech},
  journal={Disability \& Society},
  pages={888 - 891}
  • S. Grech
  • Published 16 November 2011
  • Philosophy
  • Disability & Society

Injuries, Impairment, and Intersecting Identities: The Poor in Buffalo, NY 1851–1913

According to intersectionality theory , the intersection of age, gender, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, and physical impairment can create dynamic social identities. This theoretical stance is

Disparities in Quality of Life Among South Africans With and Without Disabilities

Although quality of life is recognised as a key area of research when assessing development, it has received little attention when studying disability in South Africa and other developing contexts.

The Fluid Connections and Uncertain Spaces of Women with Disabilities: Making Links Across and Beyond the Global South

This chapter maps aspects of the gendered experiences of living with and alongside disability in the global South and highlight openings in related feminist analysis. There are two main foci: 1.

The importance of intersectionality in disability and gender studies

abstract Investigations into the relationship between poverty and disability are limited, particularly from a South African perspective. In addition, when this relationship is addressed it is usually