Peter Beresford, Professor of Social Policy at Brunel University, London, discusses the social model of disability, the social model of distress, and inroads into societal response.
- Type of Content: Tutorial
- Title: Disability, Distress and New Thinking
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2019
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- Discipline: Social Work
- Subject: Social Work & Mental Health (general), Disabilities
- Duration: 00:25:39
Keywords: accessibility (for disabled), depression, disability, disability discrimination, disabled people, discrimination, distress, equality and egalitarianism, implicit attitudes, implicit prejudice, independent living, labeling, listening skills, mental health, mental health issues, policy development, prejudice and discrimination, prejudice and stereotyping, Social movements, Social policy, Social work, Societal issues, Stereotyped attitudes, Stereotypes and stereotyping, Stigmatization, veterans, vulnerable populations
Academic: Peter BeresfordOnline ISBN: 9781529705263Copyright: SAGE Publications Ltd, 2019