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Lecture 1

ENG-W 131 Lecture 1: Wendell Method and Notes
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Spring 2017

Department
English
Course Code
ENG-W 131
Professor
Jillian Gilmer
Lecture
1

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Repetitions
Strands
Binaries
Anomalies
Disability
Social
Culture
Physical
Stigma
Stereotypes
Socially constructed
Pace/pace of life
Normal
Biological
Expectation
Looks
Environment
Factors
Private sphere
Productivity
Impairment
Public
Poverty
Ability
Mental
Performance
Condition
Disease
Energy
Medical
Failure
Paradigms
Society
Disability - social
construct
Culture social
construct disability
-environment
Poor architectural
planning and psychical
obstacles
-environment
Physical conditions
-pace of life
-disadvantage
-work
-performance
Disabled vs normal
(ability)
Public vs private
Social v mental
Nature v culture
Social v medical
Social v psychical
Mental v psychical
Pace of life v
performance
Social factors v
exclusion
Ableist v anti-ablist
Biology v environment
Disability v biomedical
Conscious v
subconscious
Accessibility provided v
whats needed
Construct v reality
Pace v society
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Repetitions Strands Binaries Anomalies Disability Disability social Disabled vs normal Social construct (ability) Culture Culture social Public vs private Physical construct disability Social v mental Stigma environment Nature v culture Stereotypes Social v medical Socially constructed Poor architectural Social v psychical Pacepace of life planning and psychical Mental v psychical Normal obstacles Pace of life v Biological environment performance Expectation Social factors v Looks Physical conditions exclusion Environment pace of life Ableist v antiablist Factors disadvantage Biology v environment Private sphere work Disability v biomedical Productivity performance Conscious v Impairment subconscious Public Accessibility provided v Poverty whats needed Ability Construct v reality Mental Pace v society Performance Condition Disease Energy Medical Failure Paradigms Society
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