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This handbook questions, debates and subverts commonly held assumptions about disability and citizenship in the global postcolonial context. Discourses of citizenship and human rights, so elemental to strategies for addressing disability-based inequality in wealthier nations, have vastly different ramifications in societies of the Global South, where resources for development are limited, democratic processes may be uncertain, and access to education, health, transport and other key services cannot be taken for granted. In a broad range of areas relevant to disability equity and…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This handbook questions, debates and subverts commonly held assumptions about disability and citizenship in the global postcolonial context. Discourses of citizenship and human rights, so elemental to strategies for addressing disability-based inequality in wealthier nations, have vastly different ramifications in societies of the Global South, where resources for development are limited, democratic processes may be uncertain, and access to education, health, transport and other key services cannot be taken for granted. In a broad range of areas relevant to disability equity and transformation, an eclectic group of contributors critically consider whether, when and how citizenship may be used as a lever of change in circumstances far removed from UN boardrooms in New York or Geneva. Debate is polyvocal, with voices from the South engaging with those from the North, disabled people with nondisabled, and activists and politicians intersecting with researchers and theoreticians. Along the way, accepted wisdoms on a host of issues in disability and international development are enriched and problematized. The volume explores what life for disabled people in low and middle income countries tells us about subjects such as identity and intersectionality, labour and the global market, family life and intimate relationships, migration, climate change, access to the digital world, participation in sport and the performing arts, and much else.

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 11.08.2018
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783319746753
  • Artikelnr.: 53532581
Autorenporträt
Brian Watermeyer is Senior Research Officer in the Division of Disability Studies, Department of Health and Rehabilitation sciences, at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.
Judith McKenzie is Associate Professor in the Division of Disability Studies, Department of Health and Rehabilitation sciences, at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.
Leslie Swartz is Distinguished Professor in the Department of Psychology, Stellenbosch University, South Africa.

Inhaltsangabe
1. Introduction Brian Watermeyer, Judith McKenzie and Leslie Swartz
PART 1: THEORIZING CITIZENSHIP AND DIVERSITY IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH

2. Surplusisity: Neoliberalism & Disability & Precarity
Karen Soldatic
3. World Building, Citizenship, and Disability: The Strange World of Kazuo Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go Rosemarie Garland-Thomson
4. Unlocking Ability: Democracy and Disabled People's Campaign for Recognition Steven Friedman
5. Disability and Citizenship in the Global South in a Post-Truth Era Leslie Swartz
6. "Can This White Guy Sing the Blues?" Disability, Race and Decolonisation in South African Higher Education Brian Watermeyer
7. From "No One Left Behind" to Putting the Last First: Centring the Voices of Disabled People in Resilience Work Tristan Görgens and Gina Ziervogel
PART 2: NETWORKS AND CONTEXTS

8. Sexuality and Citizenship for People With Intellectual Disabilities in Lifelong Family Care: Reflections From a South African Setting Callista Kahonde & Judith McKenzie
9. In and Out of the Mainstream: Disability, Education and Employment in African Contexts Anna Horton & Tom Shakespeare
10. Access to Education for Children With Severe to Profound Intellectual Disability in South Africa: The Potential and Limits of Social Action Tessa Wood, Fatima Essop, Brian Watermeyer & Judith McKenzie
11. Engaging Disability and Religion in the Global South L. Juliana Claassens, Sa'diyya Shaikh, & Leslie Swartz
PART 3: AN INCLUSIVE SOCIETY

12. Digital Citizenship in the Global South: "Cool Stuff for Other People"? Brian Watermeyer and Gerard Goggin
13. Challenges in Achieving Universal Access to Transport Services in South African Cities Roger Behrens and Tristan Görgens
14. Paralympic Sport and Social Justice: Toward a Happy Marriage or Difficult Separation? P. David Howe
15. Towards a DisHuman Civil Society Dan Goodley, Rebecca Lawthom, Kirsty Liddiard and Katherine Runswick-Cole
16. Disability, Theatre and Postcoloniality: Reflections on the Politics of Performance Xanthe Hunt, Brian Watermeyer & Marlene Le Roux
17. Working Together: Making Inclusive Development a Reality Theresa Lorenzo and Peter Coleridge
PART 4: MARGINALIZED CITIZENSHIP AND ECOLOGIES OF EXCLUSION
18. Bodies (Im)politic: The Experiences of Sexuality of Disabled Women in Zimbabwe Christine Peta & Judith McKenzie
19. The Politics of Person-Making: Ethics of Care, Intellectual Impairment Citizenship, and a Reclaiming of Knowledge Charlotte Capri
20. Citizenship and Participation of People With Disabilities in Brazil: Labour and Social Welfare Augusto Galery, Natália Alves, Ana Grein & Brian Watermeyer
21. Embedding Rights Into Practice: Challenges in Psycho-Legal Assessments of Complainants With Intellectual Disability in Cases of Sexual Abuse in South Africa Beverley Dickman
22. Citizenship and People With Intellectual Disabilities: An International Imperative? Roy McConkey
23. Disabled People, Hate Crime and Citizenship Alan Roulstone
24. Disability, Migration and Family Support: The Case of Zimbabwean Asylum Seekers in South Africa Willson Tarasurira and Judith McKenzie