Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 10 of 12 items for :

  • "deinstitutionalization" x
  • Refine by Access: All content x
  • Refine by Content Type: All x
Clear All Modify Search
Restricted access

Les Enfants Perdus

Asylum Reform, Parents’ Groups, and Disability Rights in France, 1968–1975

Jonathyne Briggs

deinstitutionalization, which focused on closing down facilities housing the mentally disabled, developed throughout the Western world in the postwar period, but these efforts followed a different trajectory in France than elsewhere. While the public recognition of

Restricted access

Reinventing Play

Autistic Children and the Normativity of Play in Postwar France

Jonathyne Briggs

of behavioral disorders and the deinstitutionalization movement that began in the 1970s in the Western world. 16 Advocates for deinstitutionalization pressed for the recognition of the rights of disabled children in France as part of the nation

Open access

Humpty Dumpty Populism

Theopolitics and the Retreat of the Politico-theological in Venezuela (and Elsewhere)

Rafael Sánchez

will have more to say, and the thorough deinstitutionalization that it instigated—is precisely the kind of spiritually haunted milieu where any politico-theological project, no matter how ambitious, fatefully runs aground. If theopolitics alludes to

Open access

Jason Bartholomew Scott

are opposed to the piecemeal reform of institutions and, instead, seek policies that will end, defund, and deinstitutionalize police forces. At a grassroots level, abolitionists seek to fire violent officers, support the families of victims, change

Restricted access

“For a Martyr from Afar”

A Response to Laila Soliman’s No Time for Art

Caroline Rooney

ongoing struggle for democracy to which activists regularly lose their lives. The question of deinstitutionalized participation implies that galleries and theaters would offer their spaces freely in the manner of a public commons, turning into gathering

Restricted access

City Sterilization and Poverty Management

Examining a Mobility Hub in the “Redevelopment and Enhancement” of Downtown Tallahassee

Christopher M. McLeod, Matthew I. Horner, Matthew G. Hawzen, and Mark DiDonato

): 550–558, here 551. 11 Michael J. Dear and Jennifer Wolch, Landscapes of Despair: From Deinstitutionalization to Homelessness (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1987). 12 Mair, “The Homeless and the Post-Industrial City.” 13 Susan K

Open access

Suburban Dissent

Defining Neighborhood Space and Place in Perth, Western Australia

Jocelyn D. Avery

authorities believe they are unsuitable to be released into the community ( DSC 2014b ). The WA government undertook a program of deinstitutionalizing all people with intellectual disability in the 1960s and 1970s (see Cocks et al. 1996 ). They were first

Open access

“Maternal Impressions”

Disability Memoirs in Socialist Poland

Natalia Pamula

society and thus family matters are not its primary concern. Moreover, one of the main demands of the union was deinstitutionalization, while in socialist Poland institutionalization, as these disability memoirs illustrate, was not a main issue. It was

Restricted access

Matthew Schoene

movement activity becomes deinstitutionalized, movements sacrifice the institutional resources that help support and sustain them but may gain access to much more tactical freedom ( Flesher Fominaya 2017 ). Doing away with those resources allows movements

Restricted access

Sexuality, Masculinity, and Intellectual Disability

Beyond a Focus on Regulation and Vicarious Illusions

Nathan J. Wilson and David Charnock

, was limited due not only to the focus on people with milder degrees of intellectual disability, but also to an overt focus on exploring stigma, labeling, and the social policy of deinstitutionalization at the expense of actually interacting and