COVID, Disablement, and the "Return to Normal"

Authors

  • Keith Rosenthal
  • Ari Parra

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-073-05-2021-09_3

Keywords:

Disability, Health, Inequality

Abstract

For many disabled people, the "abnormal" state of things over the last year and a half is not such an estranged discontinuity from the previous state of things. Certainly, just like everyone, pandemic life for disabled people has been exceedingly difficult, painful, oppressive, and deadly. But the "normal" of pre-pandemic life was also exceedingly difficult, painful, oppressive, and deadly.

Published

2021-10-01

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Section

Articles