The Legacies of Institutionalisation

Disability, Law and Policy in the 'Deinstitutionalised' Community

Dr Claire Spivakovsky (Redaktør) ; Dr Linda Steele (Redaktør) ; Professor Penelope Weller (Redaktør)

This book considers the extent to which some contemporary laws, policies and practices affecting people with disabilities are moving towards the promised end point of enhanced social and political participation in the community, while others may instead reinstate, continue or legitimate historical practices associated with this population's institutionalisation. Les mer
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This book considers the extent to which some contemporary laws, policies and practices affecting people with disabilities are moving towards the promised end point of enhanced social and political participation in the community, while others may instead reinstate, continue or legitimate historical practices associated with this population's institutionalisation.

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Introduction: The Lasting Legacies of Institutionalisation: Questioning Law's Roles in the Emancipation of People with Disabilities
Claire Spivakovsky, Linda Steele and Penelope Weller

Part One
Power Dynamics that Shape the Conditions and Possibilities of People With Disabilities Within and Beyond Sites of Physical Confinement
1. Navigating Mental Health Tribunals as a Mad-identified Layperson: An Autoethnographical Account of Liminality
Liz Brosnan
2. The 'Will to Empower' in Contemporary Mental Health Practice
Penelope Weller
3. The Biopolitics of Disability in Late Francoism and the Spanish Democratic Transition (1959-81)
Salvador Cayuela Sanchez
4. Disability Law in Spain: Moving Forward Towards Full Citizenship and Inclusion?
Eduardo Diaz Velazquez
5 Accommodation in the Academy: Working with Episodic Disabilities and Living In Between
Roxanne Mykitiuk
6. Disabling Solitary: An Anti-Carceral Critique of Canada's Solitary Confinement Litigation
Sheila Wildeman

Part Two
Complicated Alliances: The Confluence of Ableist, Sanist, Gendered, Classed and Racialised Logics in Law, Policy and Practice
7. Excavating Hostility and Rationalising Violence through Anti-immigrant Confluent Discourses of Racial Threat, Risk, Burden and Lack
Ameil Joseph
8. Disability-Indigenous Gendered Relations in Settler-Colonial Australia: Continuities, Trajectories and Enmeshments
Karen Soldatic
9. Disability, Gender and Institutions: An Examination of Australian Cases Involving Personality Disorders
Isabel Karpin and Karen O'Connell
10. Reconciling Cognitive Disability and Corrosive Social Disadvantage: Identity, Transgression and Debility
Leanne Dowse
11. Fixated Persons Units: A Disability Studies and Critical Race Theory (DisCrit) Analysis
Fleur Beaupert and Shelley Bielefeld

Part Three
Institutionalisation and Human Rights: The Role of the CRPD in the Emancipation
of People with Disabilities
12. A Matter of Engagement: Analysing the Submissions to the CRPD Committee on General Comment #1
Peter Barlett
13. Making Sense of Cheshire West
Lucy Series
14. The Production of 'Dependent Individuals' Within the Application of Spanish Law 39/2006 on Personal Autonomy and Dependent Carein Andalusia, Basque Country and Madrid
Melania Moscoso Perez and R Lucas Platero
15. To Use or Not to Use Physical Restraints in Paediatric Psychiatric Care: Should Health Professionals as Guarantors Use Coercive Measures to Protect from Potential Harm?
Elvira Pertega Andia
16. Scottish Mental Health and Capacity Law: Replacing the Old with the New or the Old in Policy, Law and Practice?
Jill Stavert
17. Diffabled People's Access to Indonesia's Criminal Justice System
Dio Ashar Wicaksana

Om forfatteren

Claire Spivakovsky is Senior Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Melbourne.
Linda Steele is Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Technology Sydney.
Penelope Weller is Professor at the Graduate School of Business and Law, RMIT University.