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Interdisciplinary guide to research concerning ability, ableism, accessibility and disabilities.
The Encyclopedia of Disability is an award-winning five-volume set from SAGE Reference, awarded Best Reference 2005 award from the Library Journal along with an Outstanding Award from the American Library Association's Booklist journal. It represents the first attempt to bring an authoritative reference resource to the many faces of disability.
The Sage Deaf Studies Encyclopedia by Eugenie (Genie) N. Gertz (Editor); Patrick Boudreault (Editor)
Publication Date: 2016-01-05
Disability in American Life by Tamar Heller; Carol J. Gill (Editor); Sarah Parker Harris; Robert Gould
Call Number: REF HV 1553 D5474 2019 vols. 1-2
Publication Date: 2018-12-07
By discussing challenges confronting people with disabilities and their families and by collecting numerous accounts of disability experiences, this volume firmly situates disability within broader social movements, policy, and areas of marginalization, providing a critical examination into the lived experiences of people with disabilities and how disability can affect identity.