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Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research
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  • Health Status, Self-esteem and Participation: A Comparison Between Young Adults with Mobility Disability and Those Without Disability in a Nigerian Community

    Hamzat, Talhatu K.; Seyi-Adeyemo, Olubusayo R. (2008)
    The goal of rehabilitation for individuals with physical disability is to facilitate integration into society and to enhance their participation in family and community life activities. The objective of this study is to compare participation of Nigerians with mobility disability (the focus group) and their age-matched counterparts without any physical disability (control group). The influence of self-esteem and health status on participation was also investigated. A total of 90 individuals ag...

    Inclusive strategies and bureaucratic organisations in integrated and segregated school systems

    Mattson, Eva Heimdahl (2009)
    The aim of this work has been to study the school situation of students with motor disabilities focusing concepts like integration, segregation, inclusion and self‐reliance. Interviewing students, parents and teachers has been the dominant method. The result indicated that schools which had a variation of students – for example in ethnic and socio‐cultural backgrounds – were better able to adapt themselves to students with disabilities and their educational needs. Schools with homogeneous stu...

    Pedagogical Traditions and Conditions for Inclusive Education

    Göransson, Kerstin (2006)
    The idea of “a school for all” has been on the agenda for a long time both within disability research and educational practices. Experiences however show that there is a long way between idea and realization of that idea. This article looks into conditions to develop an inclusive school from the perspective of different pedagogical ideas and traditions. It argues that one roughly can distinguish between two pedagogical traditions with different ideas about such things as learning, knowledge, ...

    History from the inside: towards an inclusive history of intellectual disability

    Atkinson, Dorothy; Walmsley, Jan (2010)
    This paper reviews the place of the ‘voice’ in the history of intellectual disability, drawing principally on developments in the UK, but also making reference to comparative developments in other countries. Various approaches have been used by research historians to collect and represent the voices of those involved in this history; including biographical reconstruction, oral history, institutional histories and life histories. In response to the challenge, ‘Nothing About Us Without Us’ the ...

    Blindness and the Interactional Emergence of Disability

    Reich, Wendelin (2006)
    By analysing interactions between blind and sighted individuals, this article shows that, under certain circumstances, the process of social interaction can identify blind participants not only as impaired, but also as disabled. When blind individuals interact with sighted strangers, they often need to ensure that the sighted people know about their condition. However, the very act of “communicating the impairment” may portray them as limited, either functionally (e.g. being unable to find on...
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