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The ABC--CLIO Companion to the Disability Rights Movement


A combination of encyclopedia and ”who’s who” for the disability rights movement, this is a compendium of almost 500 alphabetically arranged entries covering everything from ”Ableism” to the late sociologist Irving Zola. The book includes a chronology of key events in the history of disability in the United States, and an extensive bibliography of key works in all areas of disability studies.

  • Author/Creator: Pelka, F.
  • Author's address: ABC-CLIO, Inc. 130 Cremona Drive P.O. Box 1911 Santa Barbara, California 93116-1911
  • Notes: Comments: This book should be part of every high school library and college library. It is a unique collection of information about the history, heroes and key issues in the disability rights movement. For teachers, administrators, parents, and students - with and without disabilities - this is a wonderful guidebook to the diversity and culture of the disability community.
  • Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Inc.
  • Year: 1997

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