Capacitisme

  • Yan Grenier Université Laval
  • Patrick Fougeyrollas Université Laval
Mots-clés: Handicap, Oppression, Interiorisation, Norme, Hiérarchisation

Résumé

Cette entrée s’intéresse au capacitisme, traduction directe du terme anglais « ableism », à travers le parcours théorique des études sociales sur le handicap. Elle aborde notamment la question de la structure de hiérarchisation et d’intériorisation de la norme engendrée par le système d’oppression pesant sur les personnes ayant des incapacités.

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2020-12-19
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