Culture and Disability: Advancing Comparative Research

in Comparative Sociology
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Abstract

Cultures differ greatly as to which specific conditions they recognize as a disability, how they interpret matters of causation and consequence, and which kinds of remedy they believe adequate. The papers in this special issue of Comparative Sociology explore the institutional and cultural variation of disability as well as the underlying causes, including a culture’s degree of individualism / collectivism.

Culture and Disability: Advancing Comparative Research

in Comparative Sociology

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