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100 1  Altman, Barbara 
245 10 Environmental Contexts and Disability 
264  1 Bingley :|bEmerald Publishing Limited,|c2014 
264  4 |c©2014 
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490 1  Research in Social Science and Disability Ser. ;|vv.8 
505 0  Front Cover -- Environmental Contexts and Disability -- 
       Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- 
       Introduction: Environmental Contexts and Disability -- 
       Part I: International, National and Community 
       Environmental Patterns -- Part II: Theoretical and 
       Methodological Approaches to Environment -- Part III: 
       Monitoring Environmental Issues -- Part IV: Individual 
       Environmental Experience -- Conclusion -- References -- 
       Part I: International, National and Community 
       Environmental Patterns -- Disabled Persons Associations at
       the Crossroads of Two Organizational Environments: 
       Grassroots Groups as Part of an International Movement and
       Local Civil Society -- Introduction -- The International 
       Disability Movement Promoting a New Organizational Model -
       - The Tradition of Mass Organizations in Nicaragua -- Data,
       Methodology, and Field Site -- Responding to Two 
       Organizational Environments -- The International 
       Disability Movement Restructuring the Local Environment --
       Conforming to the International Organizational Model -- 
       Resistance to the International Organizational Model -- 
       Innovation at the Crossroads of the International and 
       Local Organizational Environments -- Discussion and 
       Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- The Experience of 
       Environmental Barriers among Adults with Disabilities: A 
       National Description -- Introduction -- Methodology -- 
       Data Source -- Subjects -- Variable Construction -- 
       Environmental Barriers -- Definition of Disability -- 
       Severity of Disability -- Analysis -- Findings -- 
       Discussion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 
       Appendix -- Environmental Barrier Questions -- Assessing 
       and Comparing the Accessibility of Community Environments:
       A Feasibility Study -- Method -- Sample -- Measures -- 
       Procedures -- Data Analysis -- Results -- Discussion -- 
       Notes -- Acknowledgment -- References 
505 8  Part II: Theoretical and Methodological Approaches to 
       Environment -- Disability, Rehabilitation Research and 
       Post-Cartesian Embodied Ontologies - Has the Research 
       Paradigm Changed? -- Introduction -- What Is Ontology and 
       Why Is It Relevant to Understanding Disability? -- The 
       Theoretical Framework -- Embodied Ontologies -- Identity -
       - Scale -- Embodied Research Methodologies -- A Research 
       Program Commensurate with Embodied Ontology -- Discussion 
       and Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -
       - Schelling's Checkerboard and Computer Simulators' 
       Predictions of Spatial Isolation of Group Homes for 
       Persons with Disabilities -- Spatial Isolation as an 
       Environmental Factor -- "Schelling's Checkerboard" and 
       Spatial Isolation -- Spatial Isolation of Group Homes -- 
       Study One -- Method -- Results -- Discussion -- Study Two 
       -- Method -- Results -- Discussion -- Concluding 
       Discussion -- Implications for Policy -- Summary -- 
       Acknowledgment -- References -- Exploring the Feasibility 
       of Using "Google Street View" to Assess the Accessibility 
       of Community Environments: Developing Definitions and 
       Observational Protocol for Image Recognition and 
       Classification -- Methods -- Select Test Communities and 
       Specify Sample Areas -- Ascertain and Define Observable 
       Access Features -- Characterize and Define Features -- 
       Develop and Test Observation and Measurements Procedures -
       - Observation Protocol -- Interobserver Reliability -- 
       Data Analysis -- Findings -- Knowledge Translation -- 
       Discussion -- Acknowledgment -- References -- The Effects 
       of Professional Discourse on Disability 1931-2009: 
       Environments of Inclusive and Restricted Participation -- 
       Culture, Knowledge, Disability, Inclusive Participation --
       Reality Construction and Power -- Discourse and Disability
       -- Methodology -- Interpreting Trends in the Use of Terms 
       -- Results 
505 8  Professional Discourse, Inclusion, and Participation of 
       Individuals with Disabilities -- The Effects of a Cultural
       Environment on Inclusion and Participation -- Limitations,
       Countervailing Power, and Cautionary Remarks -- Conclusion
       -- References -- Part III: Monitoring Environmental Issues
       -- Using a Rapid Scan to Assess the Need for a Scoping 
       Review of the Literature on the Environment and Disability
       -- Method -- Scanning Process -- Main Theme -- Data 
       Sources -- Search Terms -- Inclusion and Exclusion 
       Criteria -- Procedures -- Scope of Coverage and Agreement 
       Between Procedures -- Results -- Discussion -- Conclusions
       and Implications -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References
       -- Appendix -- NARIC Publications during the First 6 
       Months of 2012 Identified as Addressing the Environment 
       Explicitly (#1-#12) and Implicitly (#13-#30) -- Examining 
       Macro and Meso Level Barriers to Hiring Persons with 
       Disabilities: A Scoping Review -- Introduction -- Method -
       - Results -- Summary of the Evidence Literature -- Summary
       of Grey Literature -- Barrier Synthesis -- Attitudinal 
       Barriers -- Workplace Barriers - Lack of Employer 
       Knowledge of Performance Skill and Capacity -- Workplace 
       Barriers - Employer Lack of Awareness of Disability and 
       the Management of Disability -- Service Delivery System 
       Barriers - Lack of Integration of Services and Policies to
       Promote Hiring and Retention -- Discussion -- Nature of 
       the Knowledge Base on Barriers in Evidence Literature -- 
       Addressing Macro and Meso Level Areas for Change -- 
       Potential Limitations and Strengths of the Review -- 
       Conclusions and Implications for Examining Macro Level 
       Barriers -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Part IV: 
       Individual Environmental Experience -- 'I Can Reinvent 
       Myself Out Here': Experiences of Nature Inclusion and 
       Mental Well-Being -- Background -- Theoretical Approach --
       Methods -- Participants 
505 8  Qualitative Thematic Analysis -- Findings: Themes -- 
       Sensory Activation -- Re-Imagined Social Relations -- 
       Reinvented Self -- Summary, Strengths and Limitations -- 
       Future Directions -- References -- Encounters with 
       Inaccessibility: The Contexts Women with Spinal Cord 
       Injury Face when Seeking Gynecological Health Care -- 
       Introduction -- Disparities in Health Care Access -- 
       Considering Physical and Social Environmental Contexts -- 
       Method -- Design and Procedures -- Participants -- Data 
       Collection and Measures -- Data Analysis -- Results -- 
       Social Environments Can Reinforce the Inaccessibility of 
       Physical Environments -- Social Environments Sometimes 
       Lessen the Inaccessibility of Physical Environments -- 
       Navigating Inaccessible Environments -- Discussion and 
       Conclusions -- Notes -- References -- An Examination of 
       Systems-Level Barriers to Employment for Persons with 
       Vision Loss -- Methods -- Findings -- Facing and 
       Negotiating Barriers -- Informational Barriers -- 
       Attitudinal Barriers -- Policy and Programmatic Barriers -
       - Technological Barriers -- Community and Mobility 
       Barriers -- The Cyclical Process of Seeking and Keeping 
       Employment -- Settling for Less -- Discussion -- Summary 
       and Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- About 
       the Authors and Editors 
520    This volume presents papers which address both individual 
       and societal levels of environment in relation to 
       disability and shed new light on the processes involved 
       with creating or modifying these environmental supports or
       barriers 
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