Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning Faculty Publications
 

Title

Socially Equitable Community Planning; Including Individuals with Disabilitiesin the Democratic Association of Place

Document Type

Article

Journal/Book Title/Conference

Review of Disability Studies

Volume

5

Publication Date

2009

First Page

49

Last Page

52

Abstract

Individuals with disabilities need opportunities for socially equitable association, where interactions are not premised on relational social qualifications, to realize community membership. Communities of location, defined by “place” rather than “people,” are a mechanism to avoid and an avenue to address the relational boundaries of communities of organization and culture for individuals with disabilities. The democratic associations of place supported by communities of location may be a significant factor in individuals with disabilities gaining membership in other types of social communities and being equal members of the community

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