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India: Social Development Report 2016—Disability Rights Perspectives

  The India: Social Development Report 2016—Disability Rights Perspectives presents new research in disability studies, a little understood subject in the social sciences and humanities in India, as also in the development discourse. The disproportionate disadvantage, exclusion and stigmatization suffered by persons with disabilities are...

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Public Sociology

Oversimplifying Beliefs About Causes of Mental Illness May Hinder Social Acceptance

  Stigma is linked to combinations of biological and non-biological beliefs about mental illness, a Baylor University study finds WACO, Texas — Belief that mental illness is biological has increased...

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Social and Economic Inequalities

The Rise of the Privilege Epiphany

  Donald Trump made them realize their dumb luck in life. Now what? One would expect a column titled “2017 Was the Year I Learned About My White Privilege” to...

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Gender and Human Rights

Fit to serve: Data on transgender military service

  As of Jan. 1, transgender individuals are allowed to openly enlist and continue serving in the U.S. military without fear of being discharged. President Donald Trump issued a ban...

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Social Justice & Democratization

The Best Hope for the Iranian People

  Iran’s leadership will be extremely reluctant to withdraw from the forward positions the country has gained across the Middle East. Amid the current protests, however, the West has a...

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