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- No time to be brief: A scientific biography of Wolfgang Pauli.
- On Moral Considerability: An Essay on Who Morally Matters?
- Tackling Disability Discrimination and Disability Hate Crime.
Mapley, H. My PhD project aims to explore experiences of hate crime through the reflective accounts of disabled people.
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By researching hate crime as a social experience, this research will grapple with recurring questions surrounding the concept and relevance of hate crime to the lives of disabled people, and draw attention to the diverse ways that hate can be expressed, experienced and responded to. In addition, the research adopts a theoretical framework of intersectionality in order to capture the layers of meaning that disabled people attach to their experiences of hate crime particularly in relation to the ways in which identity is shaped in the process.
Intersectionality hopes to further widen the focus of this research, by understanding hate crime as a complex phenomenon that can occur at the intersection of multiple, overlapping identity intersections.
While the harms of hate crime are well-researched, there is less awareness of the intricate ways that disabled people navigate hate in their everyday lives. Therefore, this project seeks to unveil narratives of collectivity and resistance that arise as a response to hate crime. Previously, I have conducted research projects focusing on disablist hate speech. I have used storytelling as a tool for disabled people to share and make meaning of their own experiences of hate speech.
This aimed to better understand the relevance of hate speech to the lives of disabled people, and identify some preliminary themes of inquiry to take forward into the PhD project.
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- Do Not Sell At Any Price: The Wild, Obsessive Hunt for the Worlds Rarest 78rpm Records.
The guide outlines innovative projects developed to address the problem, and provides tailored guidance for professionals spanning education, health and social care, and criminal justice. It also offers recommendations for effective multi-agency working.
After highlighting the crimes committed against disabled people and society's failure to protect them, the book concludes with a powerful argument for cross-government action to improve professional practice and eliminate disability-motivated hate crime. She has been actively involved in health and social care policy and strategy, at national and regional level for over 25 years.
Robina is also the author of numerous publications and has achieved national and international recognition for her published work. Foreword, Baroness Sheila Hollins. Chapter 1: Johnny Come Lately? Contributor Profiles. In this publication we are given a good insight into this key area. Having worked with Paul for several years I know of his diligence and concern in raising awareness of this added burden facing disabled people. I welcome and recommend this publication for filling in some very critical gaps.source site
Paul Fredericks | Eastside Primetimers
When I was born my parents were told that I would not walk or talk so the prejudice started from the cradle. During my very young years I came across hostility from other children but at least they were honest and naive and wanted to know what was wrong with me. As I got older the comments changed from curiosity to name calling, bullying and downright verbal abuse.
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- One Generation After.
- Audiovisual Translation, Subtitling.
- Summarizing Information: Including CD-ROM “SimSum”, Simulation of Summarizing, for Macintosh and Windows;
- Quentin Blake: In the Theatre of the Imagination: An Artist at Work!
- Tackling Disability Discrimination and Disability Hate Crime A Multidisciplinary Guide.
When as human beings do we change from asking probing questions to fearing and abusing one another because we see difference? As a swimmer, I have found sport to be a great leveller. The Paralympic Games held in London opened people's eyes to the abilities and achievements of those usually labelled 'dis-abled'.
A Multidisciplinary Guide
This book tackles the prejudice I personally experienced and makes a step towards creating a society in which disability hate crime no longer exists. Disability hate crime has moved from being a poorly understood subject on the margins to a central part of the equality agenda for disabled people. Paul Giannasi, who has headed the British government's hate crime programme for many years and Robina Shah, an academic specialising in social care, have much to contribute.
This book will further the debate about this critically important issue. This book both details the many insidious ways in which hate crime can persist in the lives of disabled people, and provides a multi-layered framework for action to combat it. Both a practically and academically useful work, it will no doubt be of interest to readers in the UK and more widely.