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‘Disability Means, um, Dysfunctioning People’: A Qualitative Analysis of the Meaning and Experience of Disability among Adults with Intellectual Disabilities

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There has been little qualitative analysis of the experience of stigma, social comparisons and conception of identity among adults with intellectual disabilities (ID). This study aimed to develop an understanding of how adults with intellectual disabilities experience their own disability, and any implications relating to self‐esteem, stigma and social interactions.
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Keywords: adulthood (18 and older); experience; intellectual disability; interpretive phenomenological analysis; self‐perception

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: March 1, 2017

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