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DHD 203 Disability in World Cultures
Rob Gould
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Vishal Gulati on Thursday September 15, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to DHD 203 at University of Illinois at Chicago taught by Rob Gould in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see DHD 203 Disability in World Cultures in Disability at University of Illinois at Chicago.


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Date Created: 09/15/16
Disabled people: language used to describe sense of commonality and shared cultural  experiences Disabled people's movements:  Independent living movement ● Il movement has followed similar paths across borders a. Commonality in experience: in areas of industrialization shared  movement often grown out of the way benefits and services are provided b. Development of organizations representing specific impairments,  usually out of charity instead of rights c. Development of disabled people social organizations d. Self­organization and networks for social change, often cross­  disability Disability rights movement ● Closely linked and influenced by the independent living movement: also grows  from commonality in experience of oppression.  ○ 1880­ protests at second international congress on eduction of the deaf in Milan foloowing ban of sign language in schools internationally led to  vibran deaf community gallaudet university ● Primarily cross disability advocacy, activism and organizations ● Impairment specific organizations maintain a strong focus on issue of rigtss such  as inclusion  Self­ advocacy movement ● Shared concern with Disability rights of individuals taking control of their own  lives or self determination ● In Us primary movement within intellectual and developmental disability ● Globally, groups such as inclusion international include advocacy for people with  intellectual disabilities and their family names ● Self­advocacy helps people get the outcoems tha tthey desire and it becomes  necessary ­­­ as a person grows from a child to an adulty in order to succeed in this  world


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