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NANCY G. KUTNER

In: 21st Century Sociology

Chapter 69: The Sociology of Disability

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The Sociology of Disability
The sociology of disability

Disability is a phenomenon that is socially defined, has pervasive social consequences for individuals, and has significant impact on societies (Barnartt 2005). The social reality of disability is characterized by “considerable variation in the experience of impairment by large numbers of people who ...

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