The New Politics of Disablement, 2nd edn

Soldatic, Karen
September 2012
British Journal of Social Work;Sep2012, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p1224
Book Review
The article reviews second edition of the book "The New Politics of Disablement, 2nd edn," by Michael Oliver and Colin Barnes.


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