A Biographical Study of Social Exclusion Experiences - Focused on the Physical and Cerebral Palsy Disabled -

장애인의 사회적 배제 경험에 대한 생애사 연구 -지체와 뇌병변 장애인 중심으로-

  • Received : 2012.02.26
  • Accepted : 2012.04.05
  • Published : 2012.05.31

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to understand social exclusion experiences with the disabled through a biographical study. It is analysed the interview date conducting an interview about 10 focused on the physical and cerebral palsy disabled with social exclusion experiences. The results show that it is multi-social exclusion including the inequality of approach opportunity of education, labor, education, medical, social participation, information, social service, space, health etc. It shows their life neglected and marginalized resulted from not providing social right as citizenship. And their social relationship is isolated by social exclusion and Other-directed identity is to be shaped in accordance to the method to define as regulated social ideals. Also, there is their painful and heavy life bound with double risky factors of disability and poverty. They share common historical experiences and social events impacted on their recognition and value among participants generation in biographical narrative. On the other hand, their life is reconstructed according to each their resource and standard to interpreter and evaluate on it. It suggests political and clinical implications in order to overcome the disabled's social exclusion, which is based on practical and vivid experiential dates from the participants.

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 한국연구재단