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Konzepte zum Begriff der Behinderung variieren stark: In unterschiedlichen Bezugssystemen und Theorien, in verschiedenen Epochen und in unterschiedlichen Kulturen formte und formt sich der Begriff different aus. Der Aspekt sozialer Ausgrenzung von Menschen mit Behinderung war und ist jedoch in dieser Konzeptvielfalt eine Konstante. Ebenso scheint es, dass die Ratifizierung der UN-Behindertenrechtskonvention (UN-BRK) über 180 Staaten und Staatenverbünde (und vor allem deren Rechtssysteme) auf globaler Ebene mit dem Ziel einer inklusiven Gesellschaftsentwicklung (s. Kap. 16) vereint.

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Degenhardt, S., Gewinn, W., Tsuda-Miyauchi, H., Zhang, Y. (2020). China und Japan. In: Hartwig, S. (eds) Behinderung. J.B. Metzler, Stuttgart. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-476-05738-9_32

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