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Explorations on Law and Disability in Australia

Explorations on Law and Disability in Australia

Edited by Melinda Jones and Lee Ann Basser Marks

CONTENTS

Explorations on Law and Disability in Australia is a special issue (Volume 17 No 2) of the journal Law in Context. The contents are listed below. You can read the abstract for each chapter by clicking on its title.

Please note: This issue is no longer available in print. Individual articles may be accessed in electronic (PDF) format via our Digital Editions website - click on an article below, or go to our journal page. 


CONTENTS

Neo-Liberalism, Discrimination and the Politics of 'Ressentiment'
Margaret Thornton
The Disability Discrimination Act - Protection against Discrimination in the Provision of Education
Michelle Hannon
Protection, Populism and Citizenship
Terry Carney
Closing the Doors: Insight and Reflections on Deinstitutionalisation
Lesley Chenoweth
Offenders with an Intellectual Disability and the Arrest Process
Judith Cockram and Rod Underwood
Mental Illness - Freedom and Treatment
Julian Gardner
Valuing People through Law: Whatever happened to Marion?
Melinda Jones and Lee Ann Basser Marks
What Can Disability Tell us about Participation?
Anna Yeatman
   

Published June 2000
Publisher The Federation Press
Paperback/208pp
ISBN 9781862873643
Australian RRP $33.00
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