Author(s)Tremain, Shelley, ed.
Concept of Health
Sociology of Health Care
Genetic Counseling / Prenatal Diagnosis
Health Care for Particular Diseases or Groups
Health Care for Mentally Disabled Persons
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AbstractForeword / Ladelle McWhorter -- Foucault, governmentality, and critical disability theory: an introduction / Shelley Tremain -- Pt. I. Epistemologies and ontologies -- Subjected bodies: paraplegia, rehabilitation, and the politics of movement -- Signs of reason: riviere, facilitated communication, and the crisis of the subject / Nirmala Erevelles -- Truth, power, and ethics in care services for people with learning difficulties / Scott Yates -- What can a Foucauldian analysis contribute to disability theory? / Bill Huges -- Foucault's nominalism / Barry Allen -- Legislating disability: negative ontologies and the government of legal identities / Fiona Kumari Campbell -- Pt. II. Histories -- Docile bodies, docile minds: Foucauldian reflections on mental retardation / Licia Carlson -- Uncommon schools: institutionalizing deafness in early-nineteenth-century America / Jane Berger -- The Phenomene's dilemma: teratology and the policing of human anomalies in nineteenth- and early-twentieth century Paris / Diana Snigurowicz -- Pt. III. Governmentalities -- Who is normal? Who is deviant? "Normality" and "risk" in genetic diagnostics and counseling / Anne Waldschmidt -- Inclusive education for exclusive pupils: a critical analysis of the government of the exceptional / Maarten Simons and Jan Masschelein -- Supported living and the production of individuals / Chris Drinkwater -- Real and ideal spaces of disability in American stadiums and arenas / Carolyn Anne Anderson -- Foucault on the phone: disability and the mobility of government / Gerard Goggin and Christopher Newell -- Pt. IV. Ethics and politics -- Inclusion as an ethical project / Julie Allan -- Gender police / Kathryn Pauly Morgan -- Contributors -- Index
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2005. 340 p.