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Национальный исследовательский университет Высшая школа экономикиНовости"Инвалидность в Восточной Европе и бывшем Советском Союзе. История, политика и повседневность"

"Инвалидность в Восточной Европе и бывшем Советском Союзе. История, политика и повседневность"

научный редакторы Майкл Раселл и Елена Ярская-Смирнова

В издательстве Routledge вышла книга под редакцией Майкла Раселла и Елены Ярской-Смирновой
"Disability in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union. History, policy and everyday life"

There are over thirty million disabled people in Russia and Eastern Europe, yet their voices are rarely heard in scholarly studies of life and well-being in the region. This book brings together new research by internationally recognised local and non-native scholars in a range of countries in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. It covers, historically, the origins of legacies that continue to affect well-being and policy in the region today, discusses disability in culture and society, highlighting the broader conditions that construct disability and in which disabled people must build their identities and well-being, provides in-depth biographical profiles that outline what living with disabilities in the region is like, and examines policy interventions, including international influences, recent reforms and the difficulties of implementing inclusive, community-based care. The book will be of interest both to regional specialists, for whom the problem of declining standards of health and well-being is a crucial concern, and to scholars of disability and social policy internationally.

Iarskaia-Smirnova E. R., Rasell M., Romanov P. V., Шмидт В. Р., Phillips S., Bernstein F., Zavirsek D., Fieseler B.

Научный редактор: E. R. Iarskaia-Smirnova, M. Rasell.

Routledge, 2013.

Ключевые слова: disability, Central and Eastern Europe, Soviet Union, Russia, everyday life




Acknowledgements

Conceptualising disability in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union 1
Michael Rasell and Elena Iarskaia-Smirnova

Soviet style welfare: the disabled soldiers of the Great Patriotic War 36
Beate Fieseler

Prosthetic promise and Potemkin limbs in late-Stalinist Russia 83
Frances Bernstein

Heroes and spongers: the iconography of disability in Soviet poster and film 126
Elena Iarskaia-Smirnova and Pavel Romanov

Between disabling disorders and mundane nervousness: representations of psychiatric
patients and their distress in soviet and post-soviet Latvia 172
Agita Luse and Daiga Kamerade

Living with a disability in Hungary: reconstructing the narratives of disabled students 221
Eszter Gábor

Citizens or ‘dead souls?’ An anthropological perspective on disability and citizenship
in post-Soviet Ukraine 261
Sarah Phillips

Breaking the silence: disability and sexuality in contemporary Bulgaria 300
Teodor Mladenov

‘Those who do not work shall not eat!’ A comparative perspective on the ideology
of work within Eastern European disability discourses 348
Darja Zaviršek

The challenges of operationalizing a human rights approach to disability in Central
Asia 389
Hisayo Katsui

The complex role of non-governmental organisations in the advancing the inclusion
of children with disabilities in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Bulgaria 432
Majda Becirevic and Monica Dowling

Lost in transition: missed opportunities for reforming disabled children’s education
in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia 470
Viktoria Shmidt


Notes on contributors 521