Feminism And Disability Barbara Hillyer

ISBN: 9780806129792

Published: September 1st 1997

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336 pages


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Feminism And Disability  by  Barbara Hillyer

Feminism And Disability by Barbara Hillyer
September 1st 1997 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 336 pages | ISBN: 9780806129792 | 5.47 Mb

Most womens lives are touched by disability, either their own limitations or those of someone for whom they care, and yet to a great extent the feminist and disability communities have failed to form a significant coalition or even to comprehendMoreMost womens lives are touched by disability, either their own limitations or those of someone for whom they care, and yet to a great extent the feminist and disability communities have failed to form a significant coalition or even to comprehend womens experiences of disability. Written from Barbara Hillyers perspective as a teacher of feminist theory and the mother of a young woman with multiple disabilities, Feminism and Disability explores issues of vital concern both to women with disabilities and to women caregivers: body awareness, community and reciprocity, fatigue, the supposed dichotomy between nature and technology, codependence, and recovery programs.



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