Monthly Archives: February 2014

Who’s afraid of chronic illness as disability? An entire field, apparently.

Here is a crucial point: the exhaustion of disabled research subjects comes by way of our historical investment in believing that disability makes a person available for excessive experimentation and bureaucratic oversight (Snyder and Mitchell 28, original italics). The prevailing position … Continue reading

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