How proposing an activity to a person with an intellectual disability can imply a limited identity
by Charles Antaki, Chris Walton, W. M. L. Finlay
Reference:
Charles Antaki, Chris Walton, W. M. L. Finlay, (2007), "How proposing an activity to a person with an intellectual disability can imply a limited identity", Discourse & Society, vol. 18, no. 4, pp. 393–410.
Bibtex Entry:
@ARTICLE{Antaki2007e,
  author = "Charles Antaki, Chris Walton and W. M. L. Finlay", 
  doi = "10.1177/0957926507075473", 
  keywords = "EMCA, Activities, Choice, Control, Empowerment, Identity, Intellectual disability, Learning disability, Mental retardation, Policy and Rights", 
  journal = "Discourse & Society", 
  number = "4", 
  pages = "393–410", 
  title = "How proposing an activity to a person with an intellectual disability can imply a limited identity", 
  url = "https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0957926507075473", 
  volume = "18", 
  year = "2007", 
}