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17 Cards in this Set

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Naive people, professionals who work with PWD's and family members often ascribe certain traits to PWD's although they typically do it unintentionally, PWD's often internalized these ascribed traits
People in positions of power define the roles (typically inferior and undesirable) that another individual can assume
Role Entrapment
The belief that PWD should be excused or indulged or that they aren't capable of being judged against a higher standard
Lowered Expectations
People more often cross the boundaries of PWD's. Also, more people know about PWD's personal lives (interpreters, personal assistants).
Lack of Privacy
PWD's with a visible disability are always noticed and usually stared at.
?Hypervisibility and overobservation
When a person is the only person with a particular visible characteristic they are expected to be a "spokesperson" for that characteristic and it is assumed that they represent that group.
Solo Status
When a PWD is viewed as having recieved rewards and priviledges as a result of a disability andthat all their achievements are seen as unearned
Token Status
People associate a disability with being childlike and using "mothereese" when speaking to a PWD.
Doing what you think is best for someone without consulting the individual.
PWD's are often viewed as an object or animal, not as a human because "normality" is associated with humanness.
Viewing the PWD as an object or animal
PWD's who are taught by society and education that they must be dependent/ when a PWD is not allowed to participate fully in life
Unnecessary dependence/ Marginality
The assumption that PWD's can't be in a relationship with a PWOD or that if they are the PWOD has all the power in the relationship, difficulty dating
Lack of equal social status
The belief that PWD's are more likely to commit crimes or less valuble than others
Deviance, social inferiority
The assumptions and practices that promote the unequal treatment of people because of apparent or assumed physical, mental or behavioral differences.
Theory that PWOD's forced to spend time with PWD's would lose prejudice
Contact theory
PWD's tactics when making a first impression
Impression management
Making PWOD's experience life as a PWD for a day to remove prejudices
Simulation exercises