Rethinking Disability: Bodies, Senses, and Things

Rethinking Disability: Bodies, Senses, and Things

by Michael Schillmeier
Rethinking Disability: Bodies, Senses, and Things

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Rethinking Disability: Bodies, Senses, and Things by Michael Schillmeier

This text is a critical and empirically-based introduction to disability studies. It offers a comprehensive, book-length analysis of disability through the lens of Science and Technology Studies (STS), and presents a practice-oriented discussion of how bodies, senses and things are linked in everyday life and configure "enabling" and "disabling" scenarios. Relevant to a broad spectrum of medical practitioners and practicing social service workers, the book will also be essential reading in the fields of disability studies, sociology of the body/senses, medical sociology and STS.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780415810548
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 09/05/2012
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 220
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

About the Author

Michael Schillmeier is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Rethinking Disability: Revisiting the Social Part 1: ‘The Social’ in Question: Rethinking Modern Di/visions 1. The Social and the Religion of Modernity 2. Othering Blindness in the Light of Vision and Di/vision Part 2: In Medias Res 3. A Dis/ability Manifesto Part 3: Dis/abling Practices 4. Dis/abling Spaces of Calculation 5. Time-Spaces of In/dependence and Dis/ability 6. From Exclusive Perspectives to Inclusive Differences 7. Concluding Remarks

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