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dc.contributor.authorGauci, Vickie-
dc.contributor.authorCallus, Anne-Marie-
dc.identifier.citationGauci, V., & Callus, A. M. (2015). Enabling everything: scale, disability and the film The Theory of Everything. Disability & Society, 30(8), 1-5.en_GB
dc.description.abstractThis article looks at the representation of scale in the 2014 film The Theory of Everything, identifying moments that relate to three concerns: firstly, how disabled people experience scale issues at an all too practical level in daily life; secondly, how Hawking’s experience of scale at the level of both body and mind is (a)typical of the way it is experienced by disabled people generally; and, thirdly, how a focus on the film can prompt some rethinking of perspectives both within disability studies and within the conceptualisation of scale more broadly.en_GB
dc.subjectThe Theory of Everything (Motion picture : 2014)en_GB
dc.subjectDisabilities in motion picturesen_GB
dc.subjectHawking, Stephen, 1942-2018en_GB
dc.titleEnabling everything : scale, disability and the film The Theory of Everythingen_GB
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dc.publication.titleDisability & Societyen_GB
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