Friday, 9 March 2012

Life Sciences Library Display

A display from the Life Sciences Library on for the Awareness Week with phot of books which focus on Disability Studies.
Titles include:

Szabo, R., & Hall, M. (2007). Behind happy faces : taking charge of your mental health : a guide for young adults. Los Angeles, CA :: Volt Press.
Snyder, S. L., & Mitchell, D. T. (2006). Cultural locations of disability. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Wilkinson, M. (2009). Defying disability : the lives and legacies of nine disabled leaders. London ; Philadelphia :: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Meade, T., Serlin, D. H., & Marho. (2006). Disability and history. Durham, N.C. :: Duke University Press.
Shakespeare, T. (2006). Disability rights and wrongs. London; New York: Routledge.
Owen, M. K., & Driedger, D. (2008). Dissonant disabilities : women with chronic illnesses explore their lives. Toronto: Canadian Scholars' Press.
Collard, F., & Samama, E. (2010). Handicaps et sociÈtÈs dans l'histoire : l'estropiÈ, l'aveugle et le paralytique de l'AntiquitÈ aux temps modernes. Paris :: Harmattan.
Transken, S. C., & Box, L. (2007). Making noise : northern women, caring & in/visible dis/abilities. Prince George, B.C.: UNBC Press.
Brown, I., & Brown, R. I. (2003). Quality of life and disability : an approach for community practitioners. London: Jessica Kingsley.
Murray, S. (2008). Representing autism : culture, narrative, fascination. Liverpool :: Liverpool University Press.
Michalko, R., & Titchkosky, T. (2009). Rethinking normalcy : a disability studies reader. Toronto :: Canadian Scholars' Press.
Bolton, D. (2008). What is mental disorder? : an essay in philosophy, science, and values. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press.
World Health, O., & World, B. (2011). World report on disability, from

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