The forgotten children : the association of parents of backward children and the legacy of eugenics in Britain, 1946-1960

@inproceedings{Choudhury2015TheFC,
  title={The forgotten children : the association of parents of backward children and the legacy of eugenics in Britain, 1946-1960},
  author={Rubahanna A. Choudhury},
  year={2015}
}
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Public attention for private concerns: intellectual disability parents’ organisations in the Republic of Ireland, 1955–1970
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It is argued that Irish groups adopted a significant, if circumscribed, response to ‘learning disabilities’ that was reflective of a broader political and social policy approach during the midcentury, with local organisations supporting parents of ‘deficient’ children and establishing key services across the country. Expand

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