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The Independent Living Movement: Empowering People With Disabilities
It is in the nature of this historical moment that the encounter between health care providers and persons with disabilities inevitably have elements of a confrontation....
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Title: The Independent Living Movement: Empowering People With Disabilities
From: Australian Disability Review
Creator: Irving Kenneth Zola (author)
Date: 1988
Format: Article
Publication: Australian Disability Review
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: vol.1, no.3, pp.23-27
Keywords: Accessibility; Activists; Advocacy; Assistive Technology; Braces; Care Givers; Civil Rights; Disability Culture; Disability Studies; Government; Housing; Identity; Independent Living; Irving Kenneth Zola; Legislation; Media; Medical Professionals; Medicine; Medicine & Science; Personal Assistance; Physical Disability; Policy; Polio; Politics; Popular Culture; Psychology; Rehabilitation; Social Welfare & Communities; Technology & Equipment; Wheelchair
Topics: Mass Media, Culture & The Arts; Physical Environment; Science, Health & Technology; Social Movements & Advocacy

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