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Active citizens or passive recipients : how Australian young adults with cerebral palsy define citizenship

By: Yeung, Polly H Y.
Contributor(s): Packer, Tanya L | Passmore, Anne E.
Series: Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability 33 (1) 2008: 65-75.Publisher: 2008Subject(s): ADULTS | AUSTRALIA | BARRIER FREE | CEREBRAL PALSY | CITIZENSHIP | EQUAL OPPORTUNITY | INCLUSION | PARTICIPATION | YOUNG ADULTSSummary: Provides an insight into the ways young people (18 to 30 years) with cerebral palsy perceive their citizenship experiences, and also examines factors that create opportunities for, or represent barriers to, citizenship participation for this group.
List(s) this item appears in: Cerebral palsy in adults Dec 2018
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Provides an insight into the ways young people (18 to 30 years) with cerebral palsy perceive their citizenship experiences, and also examines factors that create opportunities for, or represent barriers to, citizenship participation for this group.

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