Sheltered and supported employment in the 1990's : the experience of disabled workers inthe UK.

By: Hyde, Mark.
Series: Disability & Society 13 (2) April 1998: 199-215.Publisher: 1998Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | SHELTERED EMPLOYMENT | SOCIAL POLICY | SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT | SURVEYS | UNITED KINGDOMSummary: Sheltered and supported employment are important areas of social policy provision for disabled people in the UK, but they have received little attention in the sociological literature on disability. This omission is addressed by developing a framework for understanding the state's employment policy for disabled people.
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Sheltered and supported employment are important areas of social policy provision for disabled people in the UK, but they have received little attention in the sociological literature on disability. This omission is addressed by developing a framework for understanding the state's employment policy for disabled people.

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