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Women, Disability and Identity by Asha Hans
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Women, Disability and Identity

by Asha Hans

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0761997008, Hardcover)

'This is a welcome addition to the literature on women with disabilities... it is a good resource for those working in international development, whether they are scholars, women with disabilities or policymakers' - Gender and Development

This volume consists of critical and theoretical articles about women with disabilities in both developed and developing countries. Disabled women and their place in these societies has been a subject that has been neglected in the past, therefore these essays will fill a gap in the evolving literature on disability studies.

The nature of the problems faced by disabled women are such that they need to be addressed by both the feminist and disability movements. But the fact is that they remain invisible within the women's movement at large. This volume, therefore, attempts to provide a space to women with disabilities in the global feminist literature and movement.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:16:38 -0400)

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