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Author Treanor, David P., author
Title Intellectual disability and social policies of inclusion : invading consciousness without permeability / by David P. Treanor
Imprint Singapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020
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Descript 1 online resource (xix, 234 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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Note Chapter 1 Overview -- Chapter 2 The Integrity of Persons -- Chapter 3 Social Inclusion: Invading Consciousness -- Chapter 4 The Social Policies of Inclusion and Neoliberalism -- Chapter 5 Social Inclusion: Culture and Disability -- Chapter 6 Belonging to Societies -- Chapter 7 Alternative Approach to Implementing Social Policies of Inclusion -- Chapter 8 Conclusion
This book explores why, after forty years of funded policies of social inclusion, persons living with an intellectual disability are still separated from the social fabric of neoliberal societies. David Treanor shows how the nature of the reform process is driven unnecessarily by the economic neoliberal paradigm, the cultural misconceptions of intellectual disability, and the inattention accorded to personal relationships between persons living with and without an intellectual disability. Treanor utilizes John Macmurray's personalist philosophy, Julia Kristeva's ontology of disability and Michele Foucault's concept of bio-power to explain this phenomenon. The concepts in this book challenge current approaches to social inclusion and have radical implications for future practices. David P. Treanor specializes in disability, ethics, friendship, human dignity and personalism. His research utilizes the philosophy of personalism and the concept of persons in relation
Host Item Springer Nature eBook
Subject People with mental disabilities -- Services for
People with mental disabilities -- Social conditions
Intellectual disability -- Social aspects
Social Policy
Disability Studies
Social Structure, Social Inequality
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