Life history or 'case history' : the objectification of people with learning difficulties through the tyranny of professional discourses

By: Maureen Gillman ; John Swain ; Bob Heyman.
Series: Disability & Society 12 (5) November 1997: 675-693.Publisher: 1997Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | PROFESSIONALS | UNITED KINGDOMSummary: "Case records do not appear to contain information about the lived experience of people with learning difficulties. Ignorance of the unique histories of people with learnng difficulties is dehumanising and allows professsionals to psychologically distance themselves."
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"Case records do not appear to contain information about the lived experience of people with learning difficulties. Ignorance of the unique histories of people with learnng difficulties is dehumanising and allows professsionals to psychologically distance themselves."

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