Answer the following 5 critical thinking questions from "Chapter 14: Constructing Disability and Illness" (p. 367) in Bryant et. al and submit your responses:
- In what ways do biomedical and functional accounts of disability equate it with illness?
- In what ways do social pathology accounts equate disability with social disadvantage, not illness?
- What issues are associated with doctors and other medical personnel serving as gatekeepers to disability benefits?
- How do different groups (e.g., gender, age, geographical location) experience disability?
- In what ways do the outcomes of equality rights for people with disabilities involve more than removal of physical barriers and adaptation of current structures?
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