Furthering Social Responsibility and Professional Ethics: A Response to Eva Cignacco on Midwives and Selective Abortion on the Grounds of Disability
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The Social Nature of Disability, Disease and Genetics: A Response to Gillam, Persson, Holtug, Draper and Chadwick Newell, Christopher (1999-04)The dominance of the biomedically informed view of disability, genetics, and diagnosis is explored. An understanding of the social nature of disability and genetics, especially in terms of oppression, adds a richer dimension ...