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Disability and Equality Law

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Informationen zum Autor Elizabeth F. Emens is Professor of Law at Columbia Law School, USA and Michael Ashley Stein is Professor ... Lire la suite
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Informationen zum Autor

Elizabeth F. Emens is Professor of Law at Columbia Law School, USA and Michael Ashley Stein is Professor of Law at William & Mary Law School and Executive Director of the Harvard Law School Project on Disability, USA



Klappentext

This collection of essays addresses the theoretical, practical and legal dimensions of equality for persons with disabilities. The articles reflect a wealth of international viewpoints and interdisciplinary areas and include classic texts which set out foundational ideas alongside essays that critique these conceptual mainstays.



Inhaltsverzeichnis

Contents: Part I Definition and Models: Defining impairment and disability: issues at stake, Mike Oliver; Philosophical issues in the definition and response to disability, David Wasserman; What I learned, Simi Linton; Critiquing the social model, Tom Shakespeare; The mountain, Eli Clare; Does disability status matter?, Mark Kelman. Part II Theories of Equality and Inclusion: Disability equality: a challenge to the existing anti-discrimination paradigm, Sandra Fredman; Critical race theory, feminism, and disability: reflections on social justice and personal identity, Adrienne Asch; Anti-subordination above all: a disability perspective, Ruth Colker; Agency and disability, Anita Silvers; The landscape of disability today, Susan Stefan; Mental disability in a comparative law context, Michael L. Perlin; Deaf matters: compulsory hearing and ability trouble, Kristen Harmon. Part III Accommodation and Access: When is it reasonable for Europeans to be confused: understanding when a disability accommodation is reasonable from a comparative perspective, Lisa B. Waddington; Challenging barriers to information and communication technology in the information society: a United Kingdom perspective, Anna Lawson; Antidiscrimination and accommodation, Christine Jolls; Utilitarianism and distribution to the disabled, Mark Stein; Disability studies and the future of identity politics, Tobin Siebers. Part IV Life and Death: Disability, life, death, and choice, Samuel R. Bagenstos; Somewhere a mockingbird, Deborah Kent; Reimagining retardation, transforming community, Allison C. Carey; Introduction, Tom Shakespeare, Kath Gillespie-Sells and Dominic Davis; Was I ever wrong, Michael Berube; Name index.



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Auteur
Elizabeth F. Emens is Professor of Law at Columbia Law School, USA and Michael Ashley Stein is Professor of Law at William & Mary Law School and Executive Director of the Harvard Law School Project on Disability, USA.

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This collection of essays addresses the theoretical, practical and legal dimensions of equality for persons with disabilities. The articles reflect a wealth of international viewpoints and interdisciplinary areas and include classic texts which set out foundational ideas alongside essays that critique these conceptual mainstays.



Contenu
Contents: Introduction; Part I Definition and Models: Defining impairment and disability: issues at stake, Mike Oliver; Philosophical issues in the definition and social response to disability, David Wasserman; What I learned, Simi Linton; Critiquing the social model, Tom Shakespeare; The mountain, Eli Clare; Does disability status matter?, Mark Kelman. Part II Theories of Equality and Inclusion: Disability equality: a challenge to the existing anti-discrimination paradigm?, Sandra Fredman; Critical race theory, feminism, and disability: reflections on social justice and personal identity, Adrienne Asch; Anti-subordination above all: a disability perspective, Ruth Colker; Agency and disability, Anita Silvers; The landscape of discrimination today, Susan Stefan; Mental disability law in a comparative law context, Michael L. Perlin; Deaf matters: compulsory hearing and ability trouble, Kristen Harmon. Part III Accommodation and Access: When it is reasonable for Europeans to be confused: understanding when a disability accommodation is 'reasonable' from a comparative perspective, Lisa Waddington; Challenging disabling barriers to information and communication technology in the information society: a United Kingdom perspective, Anna Lawson; Antidiscrimination and accommodation, Christine Jolls; Utilitarianism and distribution to the disabled, Mark S. Stein; Disability studies and the future of identity politics, Tobin Siebers. Part IV Life and Death: Disability, life, death, and choice, Samuel R. Bagenstos; Somewhere a mockingbird, Deborah Kent; Reimagining retardation, transforming community, Allison C. Carey; Introduction, Tom Shakespeare; Was I ever wrong, Michael Bérubé; Name index.

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Titre: Disability and Equality Law
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Code EAN: 9781409448785
ISBN: 978-1-4094-4878-5
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Taylor and Francis
Genre: Droit du travail et droit social
nombre de pages: 576
Année: 2013