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Disability Studies. New York: Routledge, 2020.
American Psychological Association. (2019). Publication Manual of the American
Psychological Association (7th ed.). Washington, DC: Author.
1) The ICF is often highly criticized by disability scholars for being a perpetuation
of the medical model; do you think this is true? How does the ICF align (or not)
with the social model?
2) How do you think the ICF can progress the field of disability studies?
Ethics and Disability Sport
1) Should Oscar Pistorius (or in future, another runner of similar capacity with
prosthetic legs) have been allowed to race in the Olympic Games?
2) Should able-bodied athletes interested in qualifying for Canada’s Olympic
Sledge Hockey Team be permitted to try out?
3) If a member of the Olympic swim team was legally blind, should they be
allowed to participate in both the Olympic and Paralympic Games?
4) Canada pays Olympians a cash bonus for each gold, silver, or bronze medal
they win at the games but does not pay this bonus to Paralympians. Is this
Justify your answer using the ethical decision-making framework presented in the
Attitudes toward disability in sport
1) Despite the Pandemic, Tokyo had the highest athlete paralympic athlete
participation and media coverage of any Paralympic Games in history; do you
think that attitudes toward disabled people in sport have begun to change as a
2) Given current attitudes and representations, do you think it is possible for
disabled athletes to participate in sports without being drawn into “triumph over
3) Consider the two paralympic advertisements. What are the potential benefits
of presenting paralympians in these ways? What are the potential drawbacks?