Voices from the past: early institutional experience of children with disabilities—the case of Scotland

@article{Hutchison2005VoicesFT,
  title={Voices from the past: early institutional experience of children with disabilities—the case of Scotland},
  author={I. Hutchison},
  journal={Pediatric Rehabilitation},
  year={2005},
  volume={8},
  pages={67 - 77}
}
  • I. Hutchison
  • Published 2005
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • Pediatric Rehabilitation
In the countries of the western world, the institutional option for confining and endeavouring to ‘correct’ traits and attributes of people who did not conform to a rising consciousness of ‘normalcy’ developed rapidly during the 19th century. Scotland, a small, but rapidly urbanizing and industrializing country on the edge of Europe, was not an exception, but in its adoption of the institutional option for children with disabilities, its responses and objectives to different forms of impairment… Expand

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