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The Poverty of “Poverty”

The Routledge Handbook of Poverty in the United States

Authored by
Joby Gardner

Print publication date: December 2014
Online publication date: December 2014

The social justice movement in counseling seeks to eliminate social illnesses caused by power, privilege, and oppression (Smith and Chen-Hayes, 2003;    Read more...
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What can the Study of Science and Technology Tell us About Disability?

Routledge Handbook of Disability Studies

Authored by
Stuart Blume

Print publication date: February 2012
Online publication date: March 2013

For all but its poorest inhabitants, life in a wealthy industrial society depends on a host of sophisticated technologies: for travel, communication,    Read more...
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Deaf Identities in Disability Studies

Routledge Handbook of Disability Studies

Authored by
Jackie Leach Scully

Print publication date: February 2012
Online publication date: March 2013

Many disabled people see Deaf people as belonging with them outside the mainstream culture. We, on the other hand, see disabled people as ‘hearing’ pe    Read more...
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Animal Models of Female Reproduction and Fetal Growth and Development

Handbook of Laboratory Animal Science

Authored by
Anthony M. Carter

Print publication date: April 2011
Online publication date: April 2011

Current research on fetal growth and development is directed along two lines of enquiry requiring quite different models. The first of these is the ge    Read more...
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Ableism, Poverty, and the Under-Celebrated Resistance

The Routledge Handbook of Poverty in the United States

Authored by
Sara Lichtenwalter

Print publication date: December 2014
Online publication date: December 2014

Transportation is a gateway to social inclusion and economic opportunities, so it is not surprising that some of the initial struggles for both Africa    Read more...
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