This free course was written by Jeremy Wilcox, adapted from the OpenLearn course Inclusive education: knowing what we mean.
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Table 1, Comparing the medical and social models of disability: Rieser, R. (2001) ‘The struggle for inclusion: the growth of a movement’, in L. Barton (ed.) Disability, Politics and Struggle for Change, London: David Fulton.
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