The role of access groups in facilitating accessible environments for disabled people.

By: Imrie, Rob.
Series: Disability & Society 14 (4) 1999: 463 - 482.Publisher: 1999Subject(s): UNITED KINGDOM | DISABILITY | INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | ACCESS | PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT | SOCIAL ATTITUDES | LOCAL GOVERNMENT | POLICY ISSUES | ADVOCACY | CITIZEN ADVOCACYSummary: This paper considers the contrasting ways in which disabled people seek to overturn socio-attitudinal, political and physical barriers to their mobility and access requirements in the built enviroment. In particular, the paper documents how disabled people are attempting to influence the form and content of local authority access practices and polices in the UK, through the context and contours of access groups. [AJ].
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This paper considers the contrasting ways in which disabled people seek to overturn socio-attitudinal, political and physical barriers to their mobility and access requirements in the built enviroment. In particular, the paper documents how disabled people are attempting to influence the form and content of local authority access practices and polices in the UK, through the context and contours of access groups. [AJ].

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