Crippling narratives and disabling shame: Disability as metaphor, affective dividing practices, and an ethics that might make a difference


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2010

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Crippling narratives and disabling shame: Disability as metaphor, affective dividing practices, and an ethics that might make a difference. The Space Between: Disability in and out of the Counselling Room. Toronto, ON. 2010.

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Crippling narratives and disabling shame: Disability as metaphor, affective dividing practices, and an ethics that might make a difference

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Chapman, Christopher S.

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Crippling narratives and disabling shame: Disability as metaphor, affective dividing practices, and an ethics that might make a difference

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The Space Between: Disability in and out of the Counselling Room

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Toronto, ON

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