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Title: The suffering body in the cultural representations of disability: the anguish of corporal transgression
Authors: Martins, Bruno Sena 
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Disability Press
Serial title, monograph or event: Disability Studies: Emerging insights and perspectives
Place of publication or event: Leeds
Abstract: Grounded on a long ethnographic account of the experiences of blind people in Portugal within the Portuguese National Association of the Blind (ACAPO), my research has been devoted to exploring how blindness is culturally represented and experienced. On the one hand, the effort is to understand the processes through which the hegemonic cultural values towards blindness and disability are produced and reproduced.On the other hand, the effort is to explore how those dominant values relate with the experiences of blind people, those who know blindness and its implications in the flesh.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/42445
ISBN: 9780954902643
Rights: openAccess
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