Disability as Inequality: Social Disparities, Health Disparities, and Participation in Daily Activities

Volume: 97, Issue: 1, Pages: 157 - 192
Published: Jun 6, 2018
Abstract
Individuals with disabilities experience lower education levels, lower employment rates, fewer household resources, and poorer health than people without disabilities. Yet, despite comprising more than one-eighth of the US population, people with disabilities are seldom integrated into sociological studies of inequality. This study uses time use as a lens through which to understand one type of inequality between working-aged people with and...
Paper Details
Title
Disability as Inequality: Social Disparities, Health Disparities, and Participation in Daily Activities
Published Date
Jun 6, 2018
Volume
97
Issue
1
Pages
157 - 192
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