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By Shah, Sonali
Sonali Shah looks at the route to career success of thirty-one 'disabled high-flyers'.
Edited by Shah, Sonali; Bradbury-Jones, Caroline
This ground-breaking book brings together interdisciplinary and global perspectives of violence and protection (from researchers, practitioners and survivors), and takes a life-course approach to explore these issues in relation to disabled females in childhood, adulthood and old...er life.Read more
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By Shah, Sonali; Priestley, Mark
This book provides a socio-historical account of the changing treatment of disabled people in Britain from the 1940s to the present day. It asks whether life has really changed for disabled people and shows the value of using biographical methods in new and critical ways to exami...ne social and historical change over time.Read more
By Shah, Sonali; Series edited by Cullingford, Professor Cedric; Halstead, Professor J. Mark
Examines the career-related decisions and aspirations of young disabled people and explores the relationships, policies and social structures that determine the extent to which they will achieve their goals. This book offers a comparison between young disabled people in special a...nd mainstream education.Read more
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By Cohen, Warren R.; Edited by Shah, Sonali
This title addresses the most recent evidence behind diagnostic and management decisions of the most common inpatient diagnoses. It would therefore be valuable to medical students, residents and hospitalists.
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