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Empowerment Behinderter Menschen

Author : Wolfram Kulig
ISBN : 9783170278721
Genre : Social Science
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Im Bereich der Arbeit mit Menschen mit Behinderung findet das Empowerment-Konzept in der fachwissenschaftlichen Diskussion ebenso wie in der praktischen Rezeption zunehmende Verbreitung. Im Zeichen des Empowerment wurde das bislang gültige Fürsorgemodell klassischer heilpädagogischer Ansätze verabschiedet, wodurch die Rollen der Akteure sowie das Selbstverständnis und die Arbeitsansätze der Professionellen im Arbeitsfeld neu ausgerichtet wurden. Dieses Buch stellt wesentliche Entwicklungen und aktuelle Ansätze, die in Praxis und Wissenschaft durch das Empowerment-Konzept angeregt oder befördert wurden und werden, vor. Es beleuchtet zunächst ? in einer dem Empowerment-Konzept immanenten bürgerrechtlichen Perspektive ? den Wandel in der Behindertenhilfe und stellt Entwicklungspfade des Konzepts vor. Dann wird bezüglich der praktischen Bedeutung des Konzeptes ein beispielhafter Querschnitt zu den bislang erprobten Ansätzen und Erkenntnissen präsentiert, wobei ganz im Sinne des Empowerment zuerst Betroffene selbst zu Wort kommen. Schließlich werden zentrale Themen der aktuellen heilpädagogischen Fachdebatte im Zusammenhang mit dem Empowerment-Konzept (neu) diskutiert. Abgerundet wird das Buch mit einem Ausblick zur Zielperspektive sozialer Inklusion.

Handbuch Inklusion In Der Kirchengemeinde

Author : Ulf Liedke
ISBN : 9783647624235
Genre : Fiction
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Spätestens durch die 2006 beschlossene Behindertenrechtskonvention der Vereinten Nationen hat der Begriff der »Inklusion« in der gesellschaftlichen Diskussion erheblichen Einfluss gewonnen. Er wird häufig als »unmittelbare Zugehörigkeit« übersetzt und macht deutlich, dass sozial marginalisierte Menschengruppen uneingeschränkt zur Gesellschaft gehören. Inklusion bezieht sich auf alle Personen und Gruppen, die in unseren Gesellschaften von Vorurteilen, Marginalisierung und Isolation betroffen sind und Ausschluss erleben. Auf diesem Hintergrund entfalten die Herausgeber Inklusion als Leitperspektive für das Leben und Handeln in der Kirchengemeinde und konzentrieren sich besonders auf das Zusammenleben von Menschen mit und ohne Behinderung. Inklusion wird nicht als zusätzlicher Gesichtspunkt, sondern als überall und in allen Handlungsvollzügen präsente Perspektive herausgearbeitet. Der erste Teil erörtert aus der Sicht von Systematischer Theologie, Gemeinwesenarbeit, Pädagogik, Pastoraltheologie oder etwa Seelsorge, wie sich die Gemeinde unter der Leitperspektive von Inklusion entwickeln lässt. Der zweite Teil reflektiert maßgebliche kirchengemeindliche Orte mit Blick auf eine inklusive Praxis wie Kirchenraum, Gemeindezentrum, Kindergarten und Schule. Die Beiträge verknüpfen dabei theoretische Grundlagen mit konzeptionellen Überlegungen und der Reflexion von Praxiserfahrungen. Die Autorinnen und Autoren der einzelnen Beiträge kommen aus Deutschland und der Schweiz. Ihre Erfahrungen und Perspektiven ergänzen sich und bringen zugleich spezifische Nuancen aus ihren jeweiligen Kontexten zur Geltung.

Disability In Different Cultures

Author : Brigitte Holzer
ISBN : 3933127408
Genre : Social Science
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How are disability and rehabilitation conceived of in different cultures? How can these concepts be made accessible? Studies from the fields of sociology, ethnology and educational science address these questions, while contributors from rehabilitation projects in development cooperation and from self-help movements highlight culturally different perceptions of disability. A distinctive feature of this volume is the dialogue it creates by bringing together scientific praxis and practical work. This book is a collection of virtually all the contributions presented and discussed at the symposium Local Concepts and Beliefs about Disability in Different Cultures. Here, people with disabilities from both North and South met with special education professionals, people working in development cooperation organizations and students and academics from different disciplines concerned with disability, and started a dialogue which is reflected in this volume. This dialogue, which was initiated at the symposium, should serve to continue in greater depth on the basis of this anthology. The reader has the further aim of carrying the dialogue beyond the restricted circle of symposium participants and making it accessible and comprehensible to a wider public. Disability in Different Cultures is an essential issue in development cooperation. On the one hand, disabilities, whether physical, mental or emotional, can be seen as parameters for the structural disadvantaging and deficits of the countries with so-called catching-up development. They are very frequently the results of hunger, malnutrition and wars. Thus NGOs are confronted with the issue of disability, regardless of the social and economicareas with which they are concerned. Another reason for addressing the issue of Disability in Different Cultures is that it is wide-reaching, even if it is the evident at first glance, and relates to the emancipatory potential of the topic. In exploring the wide variety of local concepts of and different ideas and beliefs about disability, it becomes strikingly clear just how differently a disability may be judged. In this light, disability can no longer be perceived as a physical, psychological or mental characteristic that a person is born with or has acquired in the course of her or his life. It becomes evident that to a large degree attitudes and interaction with others, which are usual in the respective social context form and influences the nature and extent of a disability, thereby determines the life of the disabled person.

Disability International Development

Author : Malcolm MacLachlan
ISBN : 0387938400
Genre : Medical
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One of the greatest challenges facing modern global health is how to include the most marginalized and impoverished people in international efforts to promote social and economic development. In Disability and International Development disability rights are situated within the broader context of global health and the need for much greater inter-sector collaboration. Reports from a broad cross-section of low- and middle-income countries—locales as diverse as Zimbabwe, Bolivia, Kyrgyzstan, and Papua New Guinea—move beyond surface discussions of "what is working" and "what shows promise" to discuss political and governance contexts, the roles of disabled persons in research by outsiders, concurrent struggles (e.g., women’s or children’s rights), and instructive inroads made by community activists and national Disabled People’s Organizations. The results are provocative, and offer new lenses for viewing both the issues and the populations they affect. Each of the book’s chapters spotlights a topic as representative of the enormity and immediacy of challenges to inclusive global health, including: The impact of international human rights law on domestic law and local traditions. The effect of failed states on the lives of people with disabilities. Empowerment and advocacy: disability organizations and movements. HIV/AIDS interventions with disabled persons. Assistive technologies in low-income countries. Strategies for improving the lives of children with disabilities. Cross-disciplinary as well as cross-cultural, Disability and International Development will attract a wide audience of professionals in rehabilitation, social welfare and human rights; governmental and non-governmental organizations and disabled people’s organizations; researchers and practitioners. It will also be relevant to those working in health and welfare administration, health policy, international aid and development, and human rights. In addition, graduate students in disability studies, public and global health and international development should find this an important guide to the future of these fields.

Culture Theory Disability

Author : Anne Waldschmidt
ISBN : 9783839425336
Genre : Social Science
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Which theoretical and methodological approaches of contemporary cultural criticism resonate within the field of disability studies? What can cultural studies gain by incorporating disability more fully into its toolbox for critical analysis? Culture - Theory - Disability features contributions by leading international cultural disability studies scholars which are complemented with a diverse range of responses from across the humanities spectrum. This essential volume encourages the problematization of disability in connection with critical theories of literary and cultural representation, aesthetics, politics, science and technology, sociology, and philosophy. It includes essays by Lennard J. Davis, Rosemarie Garland-Thomson, Dan Goodley, Robert McRuer and Margrit Shildrick.

Hitler S Shadow Empire

Author : Pierpaolo Barbieri
ISBN : 9780674728851
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Nazis provided Franco’s Nationalists with planes, armaments, and tanks in their civil war against the Communists but behind this largesse was a Faustian bargain. Pierpaolo Barbieri makes a convincing case that the Nazis hoped to establish an economic empire in Europe, and in Spain they tested the tactics intended for future subject territories.

Ict And Special Educational Needs

Author : Florian, Lani
ISBN : 9780335211951
Genre : Education
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A reference for teachers interested in the uses of ICT as a tool to promote the inclusion of learners with special educational needs. It considers the role of technology in overcoming barriers of access to the curriculum and offers examinations of ICT asa teaching tool to raise standards for all.

A Buyer S And User S Guide To Astronomical Telescopes And Binoculars

Author : James Mullaney
ISBN : 9781461487333
Genre : Science
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Amateur astronomers of all skill levels are always contemplating their next telescope, and this book points the way to the most suitable instruments. Similarly, those who are buying their first telescopes – and these days not necessarily a low-cost one – will be able to compare and contrast different types and manufacturers. This exciting and revised new guide provides an extensive overview of binoculars and telescopes. It includes detailed up-to-date information on sources, selection and use of virtually every major type, brand, and model on today’s market, a truly invaluable treasure-trove of information and helpful advice for all amateur astronomers. Originally written in 2006, much of the first edition is inevitably now out of date, as equipment advances and manufacturers come and go. This second edition not only updates all the existing sections of “A Buyer’s and User’s Guide to Astronomical Telescopes and Binoculars” but adds two new ones: Astro-imaging and Professional-Amateur collaboration. Thanks to the rapid and amazing developments that have been made in digital cameras – not those specialist cool-chip astronomical cameras, not even DSLRs, but regular general-purpose vacation cameras – it is easily possible to image all sorts of astronomical objects and fields. Technical developments, including the Internet, have also made it possible for amateur astronomers to make a real contribution to science by working with professionals. Selecting the right device for a variety of purposes can be an overwhelming task in a market crowded with observing options, but this comprehensive guide clarifies the process. Anyone planning to purchase binoculars or telescopes for astronomy – whether as a first instrument or as an upgrade to the next level – will find this book a treasure-trove of information and advice. It also supplies the reader with many useful hints and tips on using astronomical telescopes or binoculars to get the best possible results from your purchase.

Encyclopedia Of Disability

Author : Gary L Albrecht
ISBN : 9780761925651
Genre : Medical
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Collects over one thousand entries that provide insight into international views, experiences, and expertise on the topic of disability.

Human Subjects Research After The Holocaust

Author : Sheldon Rubenfeld
ISBN : 9783319057026
Genre : Medical
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“An engaging, compelling and disturbing confrontation with evil ...a book that will be transformative in its call for individual and collective moral responsibility." – Michael A. Grodin, M.D., Professor and Director, Project on Medicine and the Holocaust, Elie Wiesel Center for Judaic Studies, Boston University Human Subjects Research after the Holocaust challenges you to confront the misguided medical ethics of the Third Reich personally, and to apply the lessons learned to contemporary human subjects research. While it is comforting to believe that Nazi physicians, nurses, and bioscientists were either incompetent, mad, or few in number, they were, in fact, the best in the world at the time, and the vast majority participated in the government program of “applied biology.” They were not coerced to behave as they did—they enthusiastically exploited widely accepted eugenic theories to design horrendous medical experiments, gas chambers and euthanasia programs, which ultimately led to mass murder in the concentration camps. Americans provided financial support for their research, modeled their medical education and research after the Germans, and continued to perform unethical human subjects research even after the Nuremberg Doctors’ Trial. The German Medical Association apologized in 2012 for the behavior of its physicians during the Third Reich. By examining the medical crimes of human subjects researchers during the Third Reich, you will naturally examine your own behavior and that of your colleagues, and perhaps ask yourself "If the best physicians and bioscientists of the early 20th century could do evil while believing they were doing good, can I be certain that I will never do the same?"

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