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Books > Social sciences > Sociology, social studies > Social issues > Disability: social aspects

Disability - Living into the Diversity of Christ's Body (Paperback): Brian Brock Disability - Living into the Diversity of Christ's Body (Paperback)
Brian Brock; Series edited by Jason Byassee
R413 R342 Discovery Miles 3 420 Save R71 (17%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

Leading ethicist and pastoral theologian Brian Brock reflects on the challenge of disability, refuting widely held misconceptions and helping readers respond well to the pastoral implications of disability. Brock, the father of a child with special needs, weaves together theological commentary with narrative reflection, offering rich theological wisdom for shepherding people with disabilities. He shows pastors and ministers-in-training that thinking more closely and theologically about disability is a doorway into a more vibrant and welcoming church life for all Christians.

Blind Man's Bluff - A Memoir (Hardcover): James Tate Hill Blind Man's Bluff - A Memoir (Hardcover)
James Tate Hill
R545 R457 Discovery Miles 4 570 Save R88 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

At age sixteen, James Tate Hill was diagnosed with Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy, a condition that left him legally blind. When high-school friends stopped calling and a disability counselor advised him to aim for C's in his classes, he tried to escape the stigma by pretending he could still see. In this unfailingly candid yet humorous memoir, Hill discloses the tricks he employed to pass for sighted, from displaying shelves of paperbacks he read on tape to arriving early on first dates so women would have to find him. He risked his life every time he crossed a street, doing his best to listen for approaching cars. A good memory and pop culture obsessions like Tom Cruise, Prince, and all things 1980s allowed him to steer conversations toward common experiences. For fifteen years, Hill hid his blindness from friends, colleagues, and lovers, even convincing himself that if he stared long enough, his blurry peripheral vision would bring the world into focus. At thirty, faced with a stalled writing career, a crumbling marriage, and a growing fear of leaving his apartment, he began to wonder if there was a better way.

The Puzzle Solver - A Scientist's Desperate Quest to Cure the Illness That Stole His Son (Hardcover): Tracie White The Puzzle Solver - A Scientist's Desperate Quest to Cure the Illness That Stole His Son (Hardcover)
Tracie White; As told to Ronald W. Davis
R587 R489 Discovery Miles 4 890 Save R98 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Hurting Yet Whole - Reconciling Body and Spirit in Chronic Pain and Illness (Paperback): Liuan Huska Hurting Yet Whole - Reconciling Body and Spirit in Chronic Pain and Illness (Paperback)
Liuan Huska
R315 R262 Discovery Miles 2 620 Save R53 (17%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

What if the things we most fear about our bodies-our vulnerability to illness and pain-are exactly the places where God meets us most fully? As Liuan Huska went through years of chronic pain, she wondered why God seemed absent and questioned some of the common assumptions about healing. What do we do when our bodies don't work the way they should? What is healing, when one has a chronic illness? Can we still be whole when our bodies suffer? The Christian story speaks to our experiences of pain and illness. In the embodiment of Jesus' life, we see an embrace of the body and all of the discomfort and sufferings of being human. Countering a Gnosticism that pits body against spirit, Huska takes us on a journey of exploring how healing is not an escape from the limits of the body, but becoming whole as souls in bodies and bodies with souls. As chronic pain forces us to pay attention to our bodies' vulnerability, we come to embrace the fullness of our broken yet beautiful bodies. She helps us redefine what it means to find healing and wholeness even in the midst of ongoing pain.

Making Their Days Happen - Paid Personal Assistance Services Supporting People with Disability Living in Their Homes and... Making Their Days Happen - Paid Personal Assistance Services Supporting People with Disability Living in Their Homes and Communities (Paperback)
Lisa I. Iezzoni
R659 Discovery Miles 6 590 Pre-order

Most Americans-even those with significant disability-want to live in their homes and communities. Unpaid family members or friends often work as "informal" caregivers, helping those who need assistance- and many feel they have no option but to serve. In contrast, paid personal assistance services workers (PAS) provide a lifeline to those consumers with complex needs and limited social networks. However, there is a crisis looming in the increasing needs for paid PAS and the limited available PAS workforce.Making Their Days Happen explores disability, health, and civil rights, along with relevant federal and state labor policies related to personal assistance services. Lisa Iezzoni addresses the legal context of paid PAS as well as financing mechanisms for obtaining home-based personal assistance. She also draws upon interviews she conducted with paid PAS consumers and PAS workers to explore PAS experiences and their perspectives about their work. Offering recommendations for improving future experiences of PAS consumers and providers, Iezzoni emphasizes that people with disabilities want to be a part of society, and PAS workers who do this low-wage work find satisfaction in helping them achieve their goals.

Befriending - The American Samaritans (Paperback): Monica Dickens, Carlton Jackson Befriending - The American Samaritans (Paperback)
Monica Dickens, Carlton Jackson
R337 R288 Discovery Miles 2 880 Save R49 (15%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This book relates the founding in America, and evaluates the effectiveness of, a branch of the worldwide organization of volunteers known as the Samaritans, committed to the prevention of suicide through the simple means of "listening therapy." Great-granddaughter of Charles Dickens, Monica Dickens was best known in England as a novelist; in America, as the founder of the U.S. Samaritans. Today Samaritans are in every large city of the country. Volunteers work twenty-four hours a day, answering telephones or meeting troubled people, to try to give them, in nonjudgmental ways, the help they need to get their lives back in order.

Accessible Atonement - Disability, Theology, and the Cross of Christ (Hardcover): David McLachlan Accessible Atonement - Disability, Theology, and the Cross of Christ (Hardcover)
David McLachlan
R831 Discovery Miles 8 310 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The atonement-where God in Jesus Christ addresses sin and the whole of the human predicament-lies at the heart of the Christian faith and life. Its saving power is for all people, and yet a deep hesitancy has prevented meaningful discussion of the cross' relevance for people with disabilities. Speaking of disability and the multifaceted concept of the atonement has created an unresolvable tension, not least because sin and disability often seem to be associated within the biblical text. While work in disability theology has made great progress in developing a positive theological framework for disability as an integral part of human diversity, it has so far fallen short of grappling with this particular set of interpretive challenges presented by the cross.In Accessible Atonement, reflecting on his experience as both a pastor and a theologian, David McLachlan brings the themes and objectives of disability theology into close conversation with traditional ideas of the cross as Jesus' sacrifice, justice, and victory. From this conversation emerges an account of the atonement as God's deepest, once-for-all participation in both the moral and contingent risk of creation, where all that alienates us from God and each other is addressed. Such an atonement is inherently inclusive of all people and is not one that is extended to disability as a "special case." This approach to the atonement opens up space to address both the redemption of sin and the possibilities of spiritual and bodily healing. What McLachlan leads us to discover is that, when revisited in this way, the cross-perhaps surprisingly-becomes the cornerstone of Christian disability theology and the foundation of many of its arguments. Far from excluding those who find themselves physically or mentally outside of assumed "norms," the atoning death of Christ creates a vital space of inclusion and affirmation for such persons within the life of the church.

Golem Girl - A Memoir (Paperback): Riva Lehrer Golem Girl - A Memoir (Paperback)
Riva Lehrer
R448 Discovery Miles 4 480 Ships in 12 - 17 working days
Disability and the Church - A Vision for Diversity and Inclusion (Paperback): Lamar Hardwick Disability and the Church - A Vision for Diversity and Inclusion (Paperback)
Lamar Hardwick; Foreword by Bill Gaventa
R337 R280 Discovery Miles 2 800 Save R57 (17%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

Lamar Hardwick was thirty-six years old when he found out he was on the autism spectrum. While this revelation helped him understand and process his own experience, it also prompted a difficult re-evaluation of who he was as a person. And as a pastor, it started him on a new path of considering the way disabled people are treated in the church. Disability and the Church is a practical and theological reconsideration of the church's responsibilities to the disabled community. Too often disabled persons are pushed away from the church or made to feel unwelcome in any number of ways. As Hardwick writes, "This should not be." He insists that the good news of Jesus affirms God's image in all people, and he offers practical steps and strategies to build stronger, truly inclusive communities of faith.

Seeing Autism through Parents' Feedback, Sketchnotes, Technology, and Evidence-based Practices (Paperback): Demetria... Seeing Autism through Parents' Feedback, Sketchnotes, Technology, and Evidence-based Practices (Paperback)
Demetria Ennis-Cole; Contributions by Lin Lin, Xue Yang
R1,616 Discovery Miles 16 160 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Twister (Paperback): Roland Burkart Twister (Paperback)
Roland Burkart; Translated by Natascha Hoffmeyer
R385 R332 Discovery Miles 3 320 Save R53 (14%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The last thing Piedro remembers is diving into the lake on his day off from work. Now he lies in a hospital bed with a wheelchair at his side. Casting a shadow from the doorway, his caretaker remarks on "how quickly one gets used to this kind of thing," as she goes on to empty his catheter bag and to help him into his wheelchair. Piedro must now deal with a growing mix of fear and powerlessness that surges within him as he realizes that he will be paralyzed forever; it bursts forth like a twister, "over and over again," until he resigns himself to it. In time, Piedro's feelings of hopelessness are offset by the realization that he can find both love and a degree of independence. With the support of his family and friends, he makes his way through rehab and finally gets back to the business of living. Based on his own experiences, Roland Burkart's Twister is a realistic and uplifting narrative that will resonate with anyone who has ever experienced or borne witness to a life upended by calamity.

Disability in International Human Rights Law (Hardcover): Gauthier de Beco Disability in International Human Rights Law (Hardcover)
Gauthier de Beco
R2,082 Discovery Miles 20 820 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This book examines what international human rights law has gained from the new elements in the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). It explores how the CRPD is intricately bound up with other international instruments by studying the relationship between the Convention rights and those protected by other human rights treaties, as well as the overall objectives of the UN. Using a social model lens on disability, the book shows how the Convention sheds new light on the very notion of human rights. The book provides a theoretical framework which explicitly integrates disability into international human rights law. It explains how the CRPD challenges the legal subject by drawing attention to distinct forms of embodiment, before introducing the idea of the 'dis-abled subject', which stems from a recognition that all individuals encounter disability-related issues during their lives. The book also shows how to apply this theoretical framework to several rights and highlights the consequences for the implementation of human rights treaties as a whole. It builds upon the literature of disability studies and legal and political theory, as well as drawing upon the recommendations of treaty bodies and reports of UN agencies and disabled people's organisations. This book thereby provides an agenda-setting analysis for all human rights experts, by showing the benefits of placing disabled people at the heart of international human rights law.

I Live a Life Like Yours - A Memoir (Paperback): Jan Grue I Live a Life Like Yours - A Memoir (Paperback)
Jan Grue; Translated by B L Crook
R350 R296 Discovery Miles 2 960 Save R54 (15%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Interview Forms for Communication Disability Profile - Interview Forms/Exam Packs (Loose-leaf): Kate Swinburn, Sally Byng,... Interview Forms for Communication Disability Profile - Interview Forms/Exam Packs (Loose-leaf)
Kate Swinburn, Sally Byng, Connect - The Communication Disability Network
R630 Discovery Miles 6 300 Ships in 12 - 17 working days
Kika & Me - How One Extraordinary Guide Dog Changed My World (Paperback): Amit Patel Kika & Me - How One Extraordinary Guide Dog Changed My World (Paperback)
Amit Patel
R220 R189 Discovery Miles 1 890 Save R31 (14%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Amit Patel is working as a trauma doctor when a rare condition causes him to lose his sight within thirty-six hours. Totally dependent on others and terrified of stepping outside with a white cane after he's assaulted, he hits rock bottom. He refuses to leave home on his own for three months. With the support of his wife Seema he slowly adapts to his new situation, but how could life ever be the way it was? Then his guide dog Kika comes along . . .

But Kika’s stubbornness almost puts her guide dog training in jeopardy – could her quirky personality be a perfect match for someone? Meanwhile Amit has reservations – can he trust a dog with his safety? Paired together in 2015, they start on a journey, learning to trust each other before taking to the streets of London and beyond. The partnership not only gives Amit a renewed lease of life but a new best friend. Then, after a video of an irate commuter rudely asking Amit to step aside on an escalator goes viral, he sets out with Kika by his side to spread a message of positivity and inclusivity, showing that nothing will hold them back.

From the challenges of travelling when blind to becoming a parent for the first time, Kika & Me is the moving, heart-warming and inspirational story of Amit’s sight-loss journey and how one guide dog changed his world.

This Brain Had A Mouth - Lucy Gwin and the Voice of Disability Nation (Paperback): James Michael Odato This Brain Had A Mouth - Lucy Gwin and the Voice of Disability Nation (Paperback)
James Michael Odato
R513 R430 Discovery Miles 4 300 Save R83 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Author, advocacy journalist, disability rights activist, feminist, and founder of Mouth magazine, Lucy Gwin (1943-2014) made her mark by helping those in "handicaptivity" find their voice. Gwin produced over one hundred issues of the magazine-one of the most radical and significant disability rights publications-and masterminded its acerbic, sometimes funny, and often moving articles about people from throughout the disability community. In this engrossing biography, James M. Odato provides an intimate portrait of Gwin, detailing how she forged her own path into activism. After an automobile accident left her with a brain injury, Gwin became a tireless advocate for the equal rights of people she termed "dislabled." More than just a publisher, she fought against corruption in the rehabilitation industry, organized for the group Not Dead Yet, and much more. With Gwin's story at the center, Odato introduces readers to other key disability rights activists and organizations, and supplies context on current contentious topics such as physician-assisted suicide. Gwin's impact on disability rights was monumental, and it is time her story is widely known.

The Way of Grace - Finding God on the Path of Surrender (Paperback): Glandion Carney The Way of Grace - Finding God on the Path of Surrender (Paperback)
Glandion Carney; As told to Marjean Brooks; Foreword by Richard J. Foster
R331 R277 Discovery Miles 2 770 Save R54 (16%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

2014 Readers' Choice Awards Honorable Mention Distinguished Honorable Mention, from Byron Borger, Hearts and Minds Bookstore "No matter how old you are or how many degrees you have or don't have-when grace takes you to school, you start in kindergarten." This was the experience of Reverend Glandion Carney when he was given the life-altering news that he has Parkinson's disease. He was plunged into denial and despair. This was not supposed to be his journey. How could he face it? With poignant vulnerability, The Way of Grace describes one man's journey into a new land of God's amazing grace. Both his honesty and his resilience will inspire and inform your own times of difficulty. In each chapter we are introduced to a spiritual practice that can carry us through difficult days: acceptance, relinquishment, community, simplicity and more. And a guide at the end of each chapter carries us into a brief and refreshing experience with each of the practices. God's unmerited grace saves us, strengthens us and sanctifies us. We too can experience lives full of grace and truth, courageously searching out God's wonders every day.

Pilates for Everyone - 50 exercises for every type of body (Paperback): Micki Havard Pilates for Everyone - 50 exercises for every type of body (Paperback)
Micki Havard
R372 R319 Discovery Miles 3 190 Save R53 (14%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days
Teaching Disability - Practical Activities for In Class and Homework (Paperback): Rhoda Olkin Teaching Disability - Practical Activities for In Class and Homework (Paperback)
Rhoda Olkin
R926 Discovery Miles 9 260 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This book takes a nonpathological approach to disability, viewing it as part of diversity rather than as deficit. The opening chapters introduce basic knowledge of teaching in disability communities, covering attitudes and behaviors that may be difficult for instructors to relate to. Next, the book delves into the three activities sections that increase in difficulty over the course of the book. The activities highlight barriers and psychosocial impediments that hamper progress in disability communities. Designed by an expert educator and clinician who is also an insider in the disability community, each of the 34 activities translate well in classroom environments or as homework, and each can be done individually or in group settings. All activities include a list of required materials, time expectation, goal setting criteria, possible outcomes, and talking and debriefing points for reflection, thereby facilitating effective planning and execution. The activities also recommend possible modifications to adjust the difficulty of the activities. This flexibility makes this a valuable resource for a wider audience of expertise and settings, ranging from introductory to sophisticated readers and users, students and non-students, in classrooms, in workshops, or in other surroundings. Lastly, the book concludes with a chapter on accessing outcomes, with six measures for evaluating knowledge and skill. Teaching Disability is a well-rounded, highly applicable tool for instructors and students in the disability community.

Making Their Days Happen - Paid Personal Assistance Services Supporting People with Disability Living in Their Homes and... Making Their Days Happen - Paid Personal Assistance Services Supporting People with Disability Living in Their Homes and Communities (Hardcover)
Lisa I. Iezzoni
R2,120 R2,011 Discovery Miles 20 110 Save R109 (5%) Pre-order

Most Americans-even those with significant disability-want to live in their homes and communities. Unpaid family members or friends often work as "informal" caregivers, helping those who need assistance- and many feel they have no option but to serve. In contrast, paid personal assistance services workers (PAS) provide a lifeline to those consumers with complex needs and limited social networks. However, there is a crisis looming in the increasing needs for paid PAS and the limited available PAS workforce.Making Their Days Happen explores disability, health, and civil rights, along with relevant federal and state labor policies related to personal assistance services. Lisa Iezzoni addresses the legal context of paid PAS as well as financing mechanisms for obtaining home-based personal assistance. She also draws upon interviews she conducted with paid PAS consumers and PAS workers to explore PAS experiences and their perspectives about their work. Offering recommendations for improving future experiences of PAS consumers and providers, Iezzoni emphasizes that people with disabilities want to be a part of society, and PAS workers who do this low-wage work find satisfaction in helping them achieve their goals.

Irony and Outrage - The Polarized Landscape of Rage, Fear, and Laughter in the United States (Paperback): Dannagal Goldthwaite... Irony and Outrage - The Polarized Landscape of Rage, Fear, and Laughter in the United States (Paperback)
Dannagal Goldthwaite Young
R438 Discovery Miles 4 380 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

For almost a decade, journalists and pundits have been asking why we don't see successful examples of political satire from conservatives or of opinion talk radio from liberals. This book turns that question on its head to argue that opinion talk is the political satire of the right and political satire is the opinion programming of the left. They look and feel like two different animals because their audiences are literally, two different animals. In Irony and Outrage, political and media psychologist Dannagal Goldthwaite Young explores the aesthetics, underlying logics, and histories of these two seemingly distinct genres, making the case that they should be thought of as the logical extensions of the psychology of the left and right, respectively. One genre is guided by ambiguity, play, deliberation, and openness, while the other is guided by certainty, vigilance, instinct, and boundaries. While the audiences for Sean Hannity and John Oliver come from opposing political ideologies, both are high in political interest, knowledge, and engagement, and both lack faith in many of our core democratic institutions. Young argues that the roles that these two genres play for their viewers are strikingly similar: galvanizing the opinion of the left or the right, mobilizing citizens around certain causes, and expressing a frustration with traditional news coverage while offering alternative sources of information and meaning. One key way in which they differ, however, concludes Young, is in their capacity to be exploited by special interests and political elites. Drawing on decades of research on political and media psychology and media effects, as well as historical accounts and interviews with comedians and comedy writers, Young unpacks satire's liberal "bias" and juxtaposes it with that of outrage's conservative "bias." She details how traits like tolerance for ambiguity and the motivation to engage with complex ideas shape our preferences for art, music, and literature; and how those same traits correlate with political ideology. In turn, she illustrates how these traits help explain why liberals and conservatives vary in the genres of political information they prefer to create and consume.

When Force Meets Fate - A Mission to Solve an Invisible Illness (Paperback): Jamison Hill When Force Meets Fate - A Mission to Solve an Invisible Illness (Paperback)
Jamison Hill
R424 R367 Discovery Miles 3 670 Save R57 (13%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Formed Together - Mystery, Narrative, and Virtue in Christian Caregiving (Hardcover): Keith Dow Formed Together - Mystery, Narrative, and Virtue in Christian Caregiving (Hardcover)
Keith Dow
R832 Discovery Miles 8 320 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Joy, pain, celebration, and grief are constant companions on the journey of caregiving. While remaining detached might seem the preferable option, it is not possible to disentangle the threads of our interwoven stories. Our lives are shaped by each other. We are transformed by our encounters.In Formed Together, Keith Dow explores the questions of why we should, and why we do, care for one another. He considers what it means for human beings to be interdependent, created in the image of a loving God. Dow recounts personal experiences of supporting people with intellectual disabilities while drawing upon theological and philosophical sources to discover the ethical underpinnings of Christian care. Formed Together reveals that human beings care for one another not merely by choice, but because every person relies upon others. People are called together in mutually formative practices of care, and human flourishing means learning to care well. Dow suggests five virtues that mark ethical caregiving, such as humble courage and quiet attentiveness. These practices can help guide caregivers in responding to the divine call to care. Dow demonstrates that ethical practices of care do not depend upon intelligence or rational ability. Many are called to the vocation of tending to and being present in the needs of others. To be formed together in the divine image means that caregivers never entirely comprehend themselves, others, or God. Rather, caring well means that humans are to accompany one another in and through experiences of profound mystery and revelation.

Disability, Intersectional Agency, and Latinx Identity - Theorizing LatDisCrit Counterstories (Hardcover): Alexis Padilla Disability, Intersectional Agency, and Latinx Identity - Theorizing LatDisCrit Counterstories (Hardcover)
Alexis Padilla
R3,084 Discovery Miles 30 840 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This interdisciplinary volume links dis/ability and agency by exploring LatDisCrit's theory and activist emancipatory practice. It uses the author's experiential and analytical views as a blind brown Latinx engaged scholar and activist from the global south living and struggling in the highly racialized global north context of the United States. LatDisCrit integrates critically LatCrit and DisCrit which look at the interplay of race/ethnicity, diasporic cultures, historical sociopolitics and disability within multiple Latinx identities in mostly global north contexts, while incorporating global south epistemologies. Using intersectional analysis of key concepts through critical counterstories, following critical race theory methodological traditions, and engaging possible decoloniality treatments of material precarity and agency, this book emphasizes intersectionality's complex underpinnings within and beyond Latinidades. Through a careful interplay of dis/ability identity and dis/ability rights/empowerment, the volume opens avenues for intersectional solidarity and spaces for radical transformational learning. This book will be of interest to all scholars and students working in disability studies; intersectional disability justice activists; critical Latinx/Chicanx studies; critical geographies; intersectional political philosophy; and political and public sociology.

Pastoral Care and Intellectual Disability - A Person-Centered Approach (Paperback): Anna Katherine Shurley Pastoral Care and Intellectual Disability - A Person-Centered Approach (Paperback)
Anna Katherine Shurley
R681 R630 Discovery Miles 6 300 Save R51 (7%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Every Christian is called to and gifted for ministry. The church canaand mustaengage all of its members if it is to flourish fully. Far too often, persons with intellectual disabilities are excluded. While members with disability areoften recipients of the church's ministry, they are seldom given the opportunity to reciprocate: persons with disability are not always fully empowered to minister. In Pastoral Care and Intellectual Disability , Anna Katherine Shurley asserts the church's need for mutuality in pastoral care. While the shape of each person's vocation is unique, all members of the body of Christ are created for ministry with one another as partners in spiritual care. In a quest for pastoral care that is fundamentally collaborative and fully inclusive, Shurley turns to the psychology of D. W. Winnicott and to Karl Barth's theology of Christian vocation. From this combination, she crafts person-centered pastoral care for the body of Christ and all its members, with or without intellectual disabilities. Person-centered pastoral care recognizes that people with intellectual disabilities can and must participate as partners in the church. Faith communities, Shurley suggests, can foster collaborative ministry by nurturing pastoral friendships among its membership. These sacred friendships are spaces in which people share their lives with one another as a truly collaborative practice of care. Through these pastoral friendships mediated by the presence of the Holy Spirit, all of God's children can livetheir particular vocations. By engaging person-centered practices of pastoral care, the church strengthens its witness and truly becomes a place of belonging for all people.

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