Autori: Aluas, Colombetti, Musio, Pessina
Editorial: American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Special issue , 2011.
This literature review focuses on the literature on disability from the ethical and human rights perspective in the light of the ICF, in the period from 1st January 2008 to 30th June 2010.The paper identifies and examines studies which deal with the subject of disability with reference to rights, ethical issues and justice. A total of 42 articles and 33 books were selected. The subject most frequently dealt with in studies on disability is that of human rights (76% of the articles and 79% of the books examined), followed by topics relating to welfare (52% of articles and 64% of books), ICF (38% of articles and 45% of books), Justice (24% of articles and 48% of books), Education (21% of articles and 61% of books) and Work (19% of articles and 39% of books). The subject of disability is dealt with in various fields of study and various disciplines. Most of the studies are based on the legal approach. It is to be hoped that there will be an increase in the philosophical and ethical study of disability, which has only recently entered the European debate
Cuvinte cheie: Biopsychosocial, Human Rights, Justice, Ethics, ICF