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Technology, selfhood and physical disability

Lupton, D., Seymour, W.,

Academic Literature

2000

This article sought to explore the ways in which technologies contribute to the meanings and experiences of the lived body/self with disabilities.

The data showed that the interviewees identified several technologies that they used as highly beneficial to allowing them to transcend some aspects of their disabilities.

Publication information

Journal/Publication : Social Science & Medicine

Location : Australasia

Domain/s: Transport and communication

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