Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies

Comment from the Field

Emerging Disability Issues: Varieties of Disability Activism and Disability Studies, University of Malta, Sliema, Malta

Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies (2018), 12, (4), 495–498.

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Shakespeare, Tom, Harriet Cooper, Dikmen Bezmez, and Fiona Poland. “Rehabilitation As Disability Equality Issue: a Conceptual Shift in Disability Studies?” Social Inclusion 6.1 (2018): 61–72. Print. Rehabilitation As Disability Equality Issue: a Conceptual Shift in Disability Studies? Social Inclusion 6.1 61 72 Google Scholar

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