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21:40 Thesis- 1 or 2 sentences. Taubman Health Services Library website, Google Scholar, MGet it. Filter 2006 or more  recent, or 2009 or more recent. ARGUMENTS must be less than 5 years old. Part 1: WOMEN AND DISABILITIES- Joanne Motino Bailey Is “disability” an illness or is it just a thing of life? Know the definition of “impairment” and “disability”, “handicap” “differently-abled” used synonymously with disabled. – wording -disability is something that is extremely common. -about 20% of population at any one given time. -where is the cutoff for having a disability? -artist who uses mouth to make art – she doesn’t have limbs, and has small legs.  Symbols can be misleading- ex. We use the handicap sign for disability, but wheelchair  users are only a small fraction of those who have disabilities. Disability Movement- (1970s)- Berkeley 1990 ADA to today.  Products of movement: rails in elevators, ramps, etc. But in 70’s there were almost no services for the disabled. -We need “independent living”- tools to allow handicapped people to live indepently- this  is the goal.
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So where are we today?
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  • Fall '11
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  • Disability rights movement, Taubman Health Services, DISABILITIES­ Joanne Motino, ­many racist underpinnings, Tangible access issues

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