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All authors have considerable expertise in relevant areas, including many years of teaching research design and methodology on undergraduate, postgraduate and in-service courses. The book has emerged from years of applied disability research experience and their successful development of a unique course in Psychology, Research and Empowerment. June Maelzer is herself a disabled person, and has won national acclaim for her personal contribution to the pioneering advocacy of disability issues.
Incl. researching w/service users & providers; siding w/disabled people; the interests of children; new pathways.
|Series editor's preface||7|
|1||Questions and commitments in disability research||11|
|2||Conventional commitment: traditional research and the creation of disablement||20|
|3||Divided commitment: researching with service users and providers||36|
|4||Making commitment: siding with disabled people||56|
|5||Uncertain commitment: the interests of children||71|
|6||Developing new pathways for disability researchers||88|