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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 56, Number 11, 1 November 2012

Human rights and intellectual disabilities: an emergent theoretical paradigm?
pp. 1011-1013(3)
Authors: Stainton, Tim; Clare, Isabel C. H.

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Moral status: what a bad idea!
pp. 1014-1025(12)
Author: Silvers, A.

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The concept of quality of life and its role in enhancing human rights in the field of intellectual disability
pp. 1036-1045(10)
Authors: Verdugo, M. A.; Navas, P.; Gómez, L. E.; Schalock, R. L.

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Experiencing rights within positive, person‐centred support networks of people with intellectual disability in Australia
pp. 1065-1075(11)
Authors: Hillman, A.; Donelly, M.; Whitaker, L.; Dew, A.; Stancliffe, R. J.; Knox, M.; Shelley, K.; Parmenter, T. R.

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Health advocacy: a vital step in attaining human rights for adults with intellectual disability
pp. 1087-1097(11)
Authors: Brolan, C. E.; Boyle, F. M.; Dean, J. H.; Taylor Gomez, M.; Ware, R. S.; Lennox, N. G.

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Service development for intellectual disability mental health: a human rights approach
pp. 1098-1109(12)
Authors: Evans, E.; Howlett, S.; Kremser, T.; Simpson, J.; Kayess, R.; Trollor, J.

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Health self‐advocacy training for persons with intellectual disabilities
pp. 1110-1121(12)
Authors: Feldman, M. A.; Owen, F.; Andrews, A.; Hamelin, J.; Barber, R.; Griffiths, D.

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