The Making of Blind Men: A Study of Adult Socialization

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Transaction Publishers, Jan 1, 1981 - Social Science - 145 pages
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Contents

THE SOCIALIZATION OF THE BLIND
14
WHO ARE THE BLIND?
39
THE SELECTION OF CLIENTS FROM
56
THE SOCIALIZATION OF THE BLIND
71
DETERMINANTS OF A BLINDNESS AGENCYS
90
LIVING WITHOUT BLINDNESS AGENCIES
105
APPENDIX A HISTORY OF WORK FOR THE BLIND
122
BIBLIOGRAPHY
137
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Page viii - The disability of blindness is a learned social role. The various attitudes and patterns of behavior that characterize people who are blind are not inherent in their condition but, rather, are acquired through ordinary processes of social learning.

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