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We need to talk about how we talk about disability: a critical quasi-systematic review

Research libraries Library and Information Science (LIS) People with disability Research engagement

This quasi-systematic review uses a critical disability framework to assess definitions of disability, use of critical disability approaches, and hierarchies of credibility in library and information science (LIS) research between 1978 and 2018. The authors present quantitative and qualitative findings about trends and gaps in the research, and discuss the importance of critical and justice-based frameworks for continued development of a liberatory LIS theory and practice.

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