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Funktionshinderteorins dikotomi : en teoriutvecklande studie av funktionshinderteorins två modeller

Lindahl Capdevila, Paola LU (2013) MRSK30 20131
Human Rights Studies
Abstract
The main objective with this thesis is to, within disability studies further shape and chal-lenge the current theoretical models. With a leap out of Tom Shakespeares nuanced per-spectives, his theories are put to test by looking into two different cases to investigate if there are any potential capabilities of theoretical development within these. One repre-senting the Sveriges Dövas Riksförbund while the other group includes the Barnplan-torna, Riksförbundet för Barn med Coachleaimplantat and Barn med Hörapparat.
Conclusive implications reveal that the new perspectives which Shakespeare is wor-king to unseal, can be used to both criticize and understand SDR and the main objectives of the Barnplantorna. It reveals and presents how... (More)
The main objective with this thesis is to, within disability studies further shape and chal-lenge the current theoretical models. With a leap out of Tom Shakespeares nuanced per-spectives, his theories are put to test by looking into two different cases to investigate if there are any potential capabilities of theoretical development within these. One repre-senting the Sveriges Dövas Riksförbund while the other group includes the Barnplan-torna, Riksförbundet för Barn med Coachleaimplantat and Barn med Hörapparat.
Conclusive implications reveal that the new perspectives which Shakespeare is wor-king to unseal, can be used to both criticize and understand SDR and the main objectives of the Barnplantorna. It reveals and presents how “identity” alters in im-portance to one and each individual, and how it is a matter of subjectivity, which needs to be taken into regard in each case. As such, there needs to be a medical and a social integration present in order to truly understand disability and the future progress of disability studies. (Less)
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author
Lindahl Capdevila, Paola LU
supervisor
organization
course
MRSK30 20131
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
cochlea, identity, social, disability studies, medical, deafness, human rights, mänskliga rättigheter
language
Swedish
id
3994738
date added to LUP
2013-10-22 07:54:28
date last changed
2014-09-04 08:27:44
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  abstract     = {The main objective with this thesis is to, within disability studies further shape and chal-lenge the current theoretical models. With a leap out of Tom Shakespeares nuanced per-spectives, his theories are put to test by looking into two different cases to investigate if there are any potential capabilities of theoretical development within these. One repre-senting the Sveriges Dövas Riksförbund while the other group includes the Barnplan-torna, Riksförbundet för Barn med Coachleaimplantat and Barn med Hörapparat. 
Conclusive implications reveal that the new perspectives which Shakespeare is wor-king to unseal, can be used to both criticize and understand SDR and the main objectives of the Barnplantorna. It reveals and presents how “identity” alters in im-portance to one and each individual, and how it is a matter of subjectivity, which needs to be taken into regard in each case. As such, there needs to be a medical and a social integration present in order to truly understand disability and the future progress of disability studies.},
  author       = {Lindahl Capdevila, Paola},
  keyword      = {cochlea,identity,social,disability studies,medical,deafness,human rights,mänskliga rättigheter},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Funktionshinderteorins dikotomi : en teoriutvecklande studie av funktionshinderteorins två modeller},
  year         = {2013},
}