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Alternative Agencies: Materialist Navigations Below the Radar of Disability Studies

  • David T. MitchellEmail author
  • Sharon L. Snyder
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Part of the Critical Studies of Education book series (CSOE, volume 12)

Abstract

One of the primary problems facing disability studies is the equation of disability = oppression. This foundational formulation suggests that disabled people experience discrimination on a daily basis, or at least as an incredibly common experience; thus, encounters with social barriers are defining experiences in social model research and there has been some significant explication of the equation as part of the history of the field.

Keywords

UPIAS Impairment Theory Power Low-level agency 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.George Washington UniversityWashingtonUSA

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