Can’t wait for the next part!
I got the bright idea to put my dissertation on my blog from LucyWritesWords (go read her dissertation, it’s good).
The question I attempt to answer is: Does the social model of disability allow for appropriate emotional reactions towards impairment? In fewer words: Can I be angry at my disability?
There are a few things I would change if I re-did it now but I won’t edit it much for the blog. This is part one of six. Enjoy!
“Anger is loaded with information and energy […] When we turn from anger we turn from insight, saying we will accept only the designs already known, deadly and safely familiar”
The social model of disability has often been seen as the inspiration for disabled rights activists and disabled people. Due to its change of focus from the disabled person to society, there is now something to
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