Understanding segregation from the nineteenth to the twentieth century: redrawing boundaries and the problem of 'pollution'

Brigham, Lindsay (2000). Understanding segregation from the nineteenth to the twentieth century: redrawing boundaries and the problem of 'pollution'. In: Brigham, Lindsay; Atkinson, Dorothy; Jackson, Mark; Rolph, Sheena and Walmsley, Jan eds. Crossing Boundaries:change and continuity in the history of learning disability. Kidderminster: BILD Publications, pp. 27–42.

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Drawing on new evidence, this book explores the history of learning disabilities through the voices of self advocates and leading researchers in the field.

Topics include the history of learning disability nursing, the use of life stories in research, and the changing roles of voluntary organisations

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