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Mabel is Unstable: A Feminist Disability Studies Perspective on Early-Twentieth-Century Representations of Disabled Women in Advertisements


Ella Houston takes an incisive look into the representation of women with mental health issues in the early twentieth century. Using a cultural model perspective, she outlines a feminist disability studies inquiry that seeks to empower women. Read the abstract now, or read Issue I of the Considering Disability Journal for the full article.

Keywords: Feminist Disability Studies, Cultural Model, Medical Gaze, Social Model, Medical Model, Patriarchy

DOI: 10.17774/CDJ12014.6.20575874

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