Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Disability Rights and Wrongs
Written by Tom Shakespeare, Disability Rights and Wrongs confronts the social issues surrounding disability, prenatal diagnosis, and the search for cures. Caring for people with disabilities, the relationship of people without disabilities to the community of individuals with disabilities, and disability rights are also discussed. Gary L. Albrecht at the University of Illinois at Chicago says of the author's writing, "Tom Shakespeare has produced a work of mature scholarship that advances our thinking about the fundamental issues in Disability Studies. The clarity and balance of his argument challenges others to raise the level of discourse in the field. Disability Rights and Wrongs is a must read." To find out more about this interesting and informative book, check it out at CeDIR today! Or, visit worldcat.org to find it at a library near you.