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Title: Attitudes toward disability and social inclusion : an exploratory analysis
Authors: Novo-Corti, Maria Isabel
Keywords: Social integration
College students with disabilities
College students with disabilities -- Services for
Students with disabilities -- Education
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: University of Piraeus. International Strategic Management Association
Citation: Novo-Corti, M. I. (2010). Attitudes toward disability and social inclusion : an exploratory analysis. European Research Studies Journal, 13(3), 83-107.
Abstract: Our work deals with inclusion of disabled students at university. Our premise is that young people are most likely to empathize towards disabled people. We have focused on attitude of students at university, trying to identifying those variables which would make them more liable to assist disabled people and to facilitate their integration. In order to answer our question, we based our research on the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB). We've made an enquiry to university students and we've developed the model for young peoples’ perceptions of disability. Our findings are hopeful in the way to inclusion.
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