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Examining Disability in the Lives of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Christopher Reeve, and Joni Eareckson Tada
In today’s society, disability is often viewed as a problem in need of a medical solution, and suffering is seen as an aspect of life that needs to be eliminated. This thesis examines the lives of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, ...
Identity and Meaning in an Unimagined Future: The Effects of Life-Altering Physical Disability Acquired During Emerging Adulthood
Emerging Adulthood is the term that developmental psychologists use to describe the stage of life in between adolescence and adulthood. During these years, individuals determine their core values and find their place of ...