The Transcendence to Aesthetic of Disable Selves

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Jittima Juathai


This article concerns perceptions of disabled people.  It asks whether our attitudes and opinions toward this segment of the population are actually the products of relationships based mainly on domination.  Next it consider whether facilitating equal rights for  disabled people will happen only with structural changes in society.  It also  poses the question of whether changes in attitudes toward disabled people depend on changes in ways of thinking and the relationship between our inner-self and our surroundings.


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Juathai, J. (1). The Transcendence to Aesthetic of Disable Selves. Journal of Mekong Societies, 4(2), 81-102. Retrieved from