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Social Role Valorisation and Special Education

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Basing his arguments on Social Role Valorisation (SRV) theory, John Hall argues that the medical model is an inappropriate response to the education needs of children with disability and leads to segregation and its consequent life-wasting practices. Hall argues strongly that there needs to be a major shift in our thinking about special education. He believes that SRV can assist this process. Keywords: Education, School age, Social Role Valorisation

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Author
Hall, John
Source
Learning Together Magazine, No. 3, October 1992
Publisher
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Professionals
Keywords
Social Role Valorisation, Education, School age
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