disablism


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disablism

n
(Sociology) discrimination against disabled people
disˈablist n, adj
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Reformulating Psychological Difficulties in People with Parkinson's Disease: The Potential of a Social Relational Approach to Disablism. Parkinsons Dis.
We do this through an intersectional lens, ensuring that we have challenging conversations around sexism, racism, homophobia, disablism and classism.
Today activist artists in the west and globally engage with an immensely wide range of sociopolitical issues and contribute their creative labor to intervene in the destructive structures and relations of colonialism and racism (Ortega 2014); disablism and ableism (Raphael 2013); and neoliberal capitalism (Dufour 2002).
(149) Dan Goodley, Dis/ability Studies: Theorising Disablism and Ableism (London: Routledge, 2014) at 64.
The argument is made that the disabled are subject to both oppression (disablism) and also the assumption of a non-disabled norm as valid and desirable (ableism).
Neste sentido, cria-se o neologismo disablism para denunciar a cultura da normalidade que oprime e discrimina os portadores de impedimentos corporais (17).
The topics include the affirmation model, alienation, bodies, disability arts, discrimination, the disabled people's movement, education, feminist disability studies, harassment and hate crime, the historical construction of disability, independent living, international perspectives, media representations, the medical model, the personal tragedy model, psycho-emotional disablism, rights and legislation, service users' organizations, the social model, Traveller identity, and welfare reform.
The article provides new insights into the way Commonwealth authority and conservative sanctioned paternalism interacts with disablism and functions to perpetuate disabling categories over time.
(3.) In Disability Rhetoric, Jay Dolmage disables the history of rhetoric and notes, "When I use the term disabled here, I gesture both to pejorative disablism and to the idea that disability can be a positive thing" (81).
Blairites also saw prejudice (sexism, racism, disablism, classism and homophobia) as hindrances to the release of limitless economically creative potential and so condemned them as not only unethical but also uneconomic.
Among the topics are developing an affirmative model of disability and impairment, psycho-emotional disablism and internalized oppression, exploring the social model of disability, barriers to inclusion experienced by visually impaired people, and designing inclusive environments and the significance of universal design.
Nevertheless, in some other occasions, this early retirement could be a sign of the so-called "disablism" or disability discrimination in addition to the "agism" itself.