Understanding inequalities - majority and minority groups and disability

1. Who is Susan Archibald?

  • A psychologist who has investigated the impact of disability on psychiatry in several high profile studies in the 1990s
  • A disability rights campaigner with a genetic disability
  • A disability rights campaigner who lost her leg and sub sequentially her job taking her employer to court
  • Disability advocate
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2. Who states that a child is disabled if ‘he is blind, deaf or dumb, or suffers from a mental disorder of any kind, or is substantially or permanently handicapped by illness injury or congenital deformity, or any such disability as may be described

  • Union of Physically impaired against segregation
  • Children’s Act 1989
  • SENDA 2001
  • The Equality Act 2010

3. The social model proposes that?

  • Due to the way people with impairments are viewed many allowances are made to benefit them in comparison to the average person
  • Due to the way people with impairments are viewed people with disabilities are often frequently discriminated against
  • Disability has little to do with the social environment
  • Disability is an individual issue which society shouldn’t have to deal with

4. In 2012 who was initially refused to board a public train on the Isle of Wight due to his metal wheelchair?

  • Jeremy Grady
  • Benjamin Braxton
  • Geoff Holt
  • Bill Arthurs

5. Which two sports persons accidently broadcasted sexist comments about Karen Brady?

  • Eric Allen and Stephen Bardo
  • John Barry and Jay Bilas
  • Andy Gray and Richard Keys
  • David Beckham and Jordan Brown

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