Should we be frightened of disability?

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Many people assume that disabled people must be unhappy. But the empirical evidence doesn't back this up. In A Point of View, Tom Shakespeare argues that disability is nothing to fear.

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Sun 1 Jun 2014 08:48

A Point of View: Happiness and disability

A Point of View: Happiness and disability

Surveys reveal that people with disabilities consistently report a good quality of life, says Tom Shakespeare. So why is it often assumed they are unhappy?

 

Read Tom Shakespeare's article on the BBC News website

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