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Handicap and politics / ed. Eric Bockstael

Secondary Author Bockstael, Eric Country Alemanha. Publication Frankfurt : Peter Lang, 1995 Description XIV, 225 p. ; 21 cm Series Studies in pedagogy, andragogy and gerontagogy , 26 ISBN 3-631-48763-0 CDU 376
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

This book is the product of a collaborative research effort of academics and practitioners of «accompaniment» - a method whose aim is to enable mentally handicapped adults to lead autonomous lives in an ordinary environment. Its intent is to present the idiom of «accompaniment», explain its daily practice within a theoretical context, and demonstrate that handicap is a personal challenge which must be understood as a public issue. In the crucible of individual suffering which goes on day after day, a society is fashioned: as a reflection of issues which are or not put on the political agenda, in the consequences which follow, and in the discursive codes which are disseminated.

Author notes provided by Syndetics

The Editor: Eric Bockstael was born in Brussels, Belgium, in 1939. He is a Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Wayne State University's College of Lifelong Learning, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan. Formerly director of the University of Louvain's Faculté Ouverte pour Adultes (Open College for Adults), he now holds a Distinguished Professorship at this University. He is the holder of the Howard Y. McClusky Award for outstanding contributions to the education of adults.
The Contributors: Eric Bockstael, Andrée Maes, Pierre Leboutte and Marie-Noel Auriol, Joëlle Devolder, Angela Carrozo, Amparo Lopez, Fabienne Schyns, Christian Cambier, Evelyne Vanhee, Véronique Sichen, Emile Servais, Pierre Marchal, Jean Blairon, Raymonde Dury

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