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The Resource The Disability Rights Movement : From Charity to Confrontation, Doris Zames Fleischer and Frieda Zames

The Disability Rights Movement : From Charity to Confrontation, Doris Zames Fleischer and Frieda Zames

Label
The Disability Rights Movement : From Charity to Confrontation
Title
The Disability Rights Movement
Title remainder
From Charity to Confrontation
Statement of responsibility
Doris Zames Fleischer and Frieda Zames
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Tells a complex and compelling story of an ongoing movement that seeks to create an equitable and diverse society, inclusive of people with disabilities
Cataloging source
N$T
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Fleischer, Doris Zames
Index
index present
Language note
In English
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1932-2005
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Zames, Frieda
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • People with disabilities
  • Discrimination against people with disabilities
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • Discrimination against people with disabilities
  • People with disabilities
  • United States
  • Civil Rights
  • Disabled Persons
  • Social Discrimination
  • United States
Label
The Disability Rights Movement : From Charity to Confrontation, Doris Zames Fleischer and Frieda Zames
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
mixed
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Blindness and deafness: a comparison
  • Sign language and oralism
  • Braille and talking books
  • Sheltered workshops
  • The Lighthouse
  • Mobility for blind people: guide dogs and white canes
  • Jacobus tenBroek and the National Federation of the blind
  • NYC Subway gates: a controversy in the blind community
  • NFB: trailblazer for sections 504 and 501
  • NFB and ACB: different approaches to blindness
  • "Wheelchair bound" and the "the poster child".
  • Deafness as culture
  • American Sign Language
  • The Gallaudet University uprising
  • Black deaf advocates
  • Education of deaf children
  • Helen Keller, the social reformer
  • Deinstitutionalization and independent living.
  • Early accessibility efforts in the colleges
  • Ed Roberts and the Independent Living Movement
  • Proliferation of the independent living concept
  • FDR, the "cured cripple"
  • Independent living as an extension of rehabilitation
  • Evaluation of the Independent Living Movement
  • Independent living a nd the new disability activism
  • Groundbreaking disability rights legislation: Section 504.
  • The Cherry lawsuit for the Section 504 regulations
  • Section 504 as a spur to political organizing
  • ACCD, propelling Section 504
  • The Section 504 demonstrations
  • The transbus controversy
  • Accessible transit and New York City
  • League of the physically handicapped
  • Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
  • California accessible buses
  • Mainstreaming public transit
  • The civil rights significance of accessible transportation
  • The March of Dimes
  • Parent-initiated childhood disability organizations
  • The poster child and the telethon
  • Changing views of disability in the United States
  • Seeing by touch, hearing by sign.
  • Enacting the ADA
  • The ADA and Section 504
  • Title I: Employment
  • Title III: Public accommodation
  • Title II: Public services (State and local government)
  • Title II: Public transportation
  • Title IV: National Telephone Relay Service
  • Title V: Miscellaneous
  • The Supreme Court and the ADA
  • The myth of "the disability lobby"
  • Disabled in action.
  • Backlash
  • Every American's insurance policy
  • Access to jobs and health care.
  • Employment discrimination
  • Affirmative Action
  • Disability employment in corporate America
  • Employment of people with developmental disabilities
  • Employment of people with psychiatric disabilities
  • The criminalization of people with psychiatric disabilities
  • Different approaches to psychiatric disabilities
  • New York Lawyers for the Public Interest
  • Mangled care
  • A two-tier health care system
  • People with special needs in managed care
  • An arbitrary patchwork
  • Falling through the cracks: children with special health needs
  • Long-term care in the community
  • Health policy reforms
  • The nexus between jobs and health care
  • "Not dead yet" and physician-assisted suicide.
  • Opposition to "the death train"
  • Recognizing disability as a civil rights issue
  • The Supreme Court
  • AIDS activists
  • Pain management
  • Focus on cure: a pernicious message
  • The Eugenics Movement and euthanasia
  • The politics of physician-assisted suicide
  • Netherlands "slippery slope" vs. U.S. "political strategy"
  • First-year report on physician-assisted suicide in Oregon
  • Legalizing disability discrimination
  • Dangers of an inflexible law
  • Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund
  • "A better solution"
  • The distinction between sever disability and terminal illness
  • The need for disability rights attorneys
  • ADAPT
  • Justice for All
  • The Americans with Disabilities Act.
  • The computer as an accommodation
  • Psychopharmacology
  • Bioethical dilemmas
  • The Internet and a miracle baby
  • Medical and genetic information
  • "Slash, burn, and poison"
  • Transforming scientific orthodoxy: AIDS activism
  • Toward a new vision: three queries
  • Disabled veterans claim their rights.
  • Legislation and self-advocacy
  • Disability and technology.
  • Rehabilitation: the man, not the wound
  • Paralyzed veterans of America
  • Automobiles: opening "new vistas"
  • The pattern of denial
  • Atomic and chemical guinea pigs
  • Holding a nation accountable
  • Education: integration in the least restrictive environment.
  • A "quiet revolution"
  • Enforcing the IDEA: early efforts
  • An appropriate identity
  • Universal design
  • The IDEA in the courts
  • The special education controversy
  • Somnolent Samantha
  • A microcosm of the real world
  • Identity and culture.
  • Three strands of the movement
  • Disability pride: celebrating difference
  • Changing perceptions and the media
  • Assessment of the movement
  • A stealth movement
  • Accessible taxis
  • Disability rights in the Twenty-first Century.
  • Olmstead and the Community Choice Act
  • "Visitability"
  • Psychiatric survivors and consumers
  • The new eugenics
  • Physician-assisted suicide
  • Media, technology, and disability culture
  • Disable veterans
  • Activists assess progress in securing disability rights
  • Disability rights attorneys speak
  • Teletypewriters and relay systems
  • Perceptions of disability
  • A clash of cultures
  • The one-step campaign
  • Wheelchair ingenuity
  • Accessible classrooms and laboratories
Control code
ocn747013325
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
Updated ed
Extent
1 online resource (xxxv, 323 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781439907450
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
  • 22573/ctt1400wdj
  • b7ca5770-0285-413e-a163-651e68c845d5
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)747013325
Label
The Disability Rights Movement : From Charity to Confrontation, Doris Zames Fleischer and Frieda Zames
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
mixed
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Blindness and deafness: a comparison
  • Sign language and oralism
  • Braille and talking books
  • Sheltered workshops
  • The Lighthouse
  • Mobility for blind people: guide dogs and white canes
  • Jacobus tenBroek and the National Federation of the blind
  • NYC Subway gates: a controversy in the blind community
  • NFB: trailblazer for sections 504 and 501
  • NFB and ACB: different approaches to blindness
  • "Wheelchair bound" and the "the poster child".
  • Deafness as culture
  • American Sign Language
  • The Gallaudet University uprising
  • Black deaf advocates
  • Education of deaf children
  • Helen Keller, the social reformer
  • Deinstitutionalization and independent living.
  • Early accessibility efforts in the colleges
  • Ed Roberts and the Independent Living Movement
  • Proliferation of the independent living concept
  • FDR, the "cured cripple"
  • Independent living as an extension of rehabilitation
  • Evaluation of the Independent Living Movement
  • Independent living a nd the new disability activism
  • Groundbreaking disability rights legislation: Section 504.
  • The Cherry lawsuit for the Section 504 regulations
  • Section 504 as a spur to political organizing
  • ACCD, propelling Section 504
  • The Section 504 demonstrations
  • The transbus controversy
  • Accessible transit and New York City
  • League of the physically handicapped
  • Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
  • California accessible buses
  • Mainstreaming public transit
  • The civil rights significance of accessible transportation
  • The March of Dimes
  • Parent-initiated childhood disability organizations
  • The poster child and the telethon
  • Changing views of disability in the United States
  • Seeing by touch, hearing by sign.
  • Enacting the ADA
  • The ADA and Section 504
  • Title I: Employment
  • Title III: Public accommodation
  • Title II: Public services (State and local government)
  • Title II: Public transportation
  • Title IV: National Telephone Relay Service
  • Title V: Miscellaneous
  • The Supreme Court and the ADA
  • The myth of "the disability lobby"
  • Disabled in action.
  • Backlash
  • Every American's insurance policy
  • Access to jobs and health care.
  • Employment discrimination
  • Affirmative Action
  • Disability employment in corporate America
  • Employment of people with developmental disabilities
  • Employment of people with psychiatric disabilities
  • The criminalization of people with psychiatric disabilities
  • Different approaches to psychiatric disabilities
  • New York Lawyers for the Public Interest
  • Mangled care
  • A two-tier health care system
  • People with special needs in managed care
  • An arbitrary patchwork
  • Falling through the cracks: children with special health needs
  • Long-term care in the community
  • Health policy reforms
  • The nexus between jobs and health care
  • "Not dead yet" and physician-assisted suicide.
  • Opposition to "the death train"
  • Recognizing disability as a civil rights issue
  • The Supreme Court
  • AIDS activists
  • Pain management
  • Focus on cure: a pernicious message
  • The Eugenics Movement and euthanasia
  • The politics of physician-assisted suicide
  • Netherlands "slippery slope" vs. U.S. "political strategy"
  • First-year report on physician-assisted suicide in Oregon
  • Legalizing disability discrimination
  • Dangers of an inflexible law
  • Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund
  • "A better solution"
  • The distinction between sever disability and terminal illness
  • The need for disability rights attorneys
  • ADAPT
  • Justice for All
  • The Americans with Disabilities Act.
  • The computer as an accommodation
  • Psychopharmacology
  • Bioethical dilemmas
  • The Internet and a miracle baby
  • Medical and genetic information
  • "Slash, burn, and poison"
  • Transforming scientific orthodoxy: AIDS activism
  • Toward a new vision: three queries
  • Disabled veterans claim their rights.
  • Legislation and self-advocacy
  • Disability and technology.
  • Rehabilitation: the man, not the wound
  • Paralyzed veterans of America
  • Automobiles: opening "new vistas"
  • The pattern of denial
  • Atomic and chemical guinea pigs
  • Holding a nation accountable
  • Education: integration in the least restrictive environment.
  • A "quiet revolution"
  • Enforcing the IDEA: early efforts
  • An appropriate identity
  • Universal design
  • The IDEA in the courts
  • The special education controversy
  • Somnolent Samantha
  • A microcosm of the real world
  • Identity and culture.
  • Three strands of the movement
  • Disability pride: celebrating difference
  • Changing perceptions and the media
  • Assessment of the movement
  • A stealth movement
  • Accessible taxis
  • Disability rights in the Twenty-first Century.
  • Olmstead and the Community Choice Act
  • "Visitability"
  • Psychiatric survivors and consumers
  • The new eugenics
  • Physician-assisted suicide
  • Media, technology, and disability culture
  • Disable veterans
  • Activists assess progress in securing disability rights
  • Disability rights attorneys speak
  • Teletypewriters and relay systems
  • Perceptions of disability
  • A clash of cultures
  • The one-step campaign
  • Wheelchair ingenuity
  • Accessible classrooms and laboratories
Control code
ocn747013325
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
Updated ed
Extent
1 online resource (xxxv, 323 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781439907450
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
  • 22573/ctt1400wdj
  • b7ca5770-0285-413e-a163-651e68c845d5
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)747013325

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