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Should I Say “Disabled People” or “People with Disabilities”?

October 24 2022 · By Jared O'Leary

In this episode Jared O'Leary unpacks Sharif, McCall, and Bolante’s (2022) publication titled “Should I say “disabled people” or “people with disabilities”? Language preferences of disabled people between identity- and person-first language,” which summarizes findings from a survey on participant preferences for language around disability and an analysis on language in conference abstracts.

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