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    Jan Doolittle Wilson.
    Summary: "Becoming Disabled attempts to forge a new view of the world, one that understands disability as a valuable human variation, embraces interdependency, recognizes the disabling impact of existing ideologies and institutions, and works toward the creation of a society that fully includes, supports, and celebrates all forms of human diversity"-- Provided by publisher.

    Part I. Identifying disability
    Meanings of disability
    Cripping disability identities
    Part II. (Re)imagining disability
    Disability on display
    Disability and inclusive education
    Part III. Locating disability
    Burrowing within disability
    Making disability home
    Part IV. Mothering disability
    Disability and the constructs of motherhood
    Refiguring motherhood through a disability lens.