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SOCIAL POLICIES OF INCLUSION OF THE PEOPLE WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES IN ROMANIA - SOCIAL DIAGNOSIS

Ionela Ionescu

Journal of Community Positive Practices, 2012, issue 4, 812-837

Abstract: The paper aims to debate this particularly complex phenomenon, aims to be a social diagnosis of the social policies for the people with disabilities from Romania. After a brief review of the concepts and relevance of some sociological theories on the disability as social problems, of the special character of the needs of the people with disabilities, we make a social diagnosis of this problem. For a better understanding of the topic we will present the parts involved in this process, the factors contributing to the social reintegration of the people with disabilities, the principles governing the policies for the social reintegration of the people with disabilities, we will show the current statistics, the legal framework of this problem, the causes and effects of the exclusion of the people with disabilities and the dynamics and running strategies. For the truly disadvantaged people with disabilities, the measures of social protection seem to be insufficient.

Keywords: people with disabilities; handicap; social policies; social diagnosis; discrimination; social inclusion (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2012
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