MediAbility: Transforming Disability in the Media
Critical disability studies has been a constantly growing field for academic studies. Its intersectional approach is increasingly applied in political and philosophical theorizing. However, very few scholars have paid attention to how disability has been constructed by dominant media institutions in the 21st century. This is true even when scholars focus of the social model of disability since they very often ignore how the social is formed out of the discursive representations that surround society. This collection, designed for publication with McFarland Press, is meant as a correction on this absence.