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Author: Ruth Enns
ISBN: 1552660141
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Pages 176 pages
Publisher Fernwood Publishing Co., Ltd. (September 1, 2000)
Language English
Category: Other
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by Ruth Enns


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A Voice Unheard book. A Voice Unheard shows the positive options for Canadians with disabilities and reveals the opinion held by many people with disabilities that death was not Tracy Latimer’s only option.

Enns, R. (1999) A Voice Unheard: The Latimer Case and People with Disabilities

Enns, R. (1999) A Voice Unheard: The Latimer Case and People with Disabilities. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing. Cotler envisions law legalizing assisted suicide Introduction: The role of discourse analysis in society. The US disability rights movement has created an oppositional frame to mainstream media presentations, arguing that physician-assisted suicide has been "presented" to many disabled people as a way of self-termination in accordance with a dominant cultural belief that disabled people are "not worth keeping alive".

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The Latimer Case and People with Disabilities. Published September 1, 2000 by Fernwood Publishing C. Lt. .

A Voice Unheard: The Latimer Case and People with Disabilities

A Voice Unheard: The Latimer Case and People with Disabilities. OR: Mairs, Nancy (1996).

A Voice Unheard: The Latimer Case and People with Disabilities. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9781552660140 (978-1-55266-014-0) Softcover, Fernwood Publishing C. 2000.

In my book on the Latimer case, I.As with the Latimer case, people with disabilities are most notable by their exclusion from the scripts. Ruth Enns is the author of A voice unheard: The Latimer case and people with disabilities.

In my book on the Latimer case, I described the late Mike Rosner’s experience with his doctors in 1992. Instead of treatment for his treatable pneumonia he was offered "death with dignity. Only with the help of friends was he able to get the treatment he needed and continue with his productive life. The same is true in literature. The stereotypes are invariably worthy or unworthy sorts. This is her essay opposing the legalization of assisted suicide in Canada.

This book reveals the stigma attached to disabled persons in Canadian society and continues the debate surrounding Robert Latimer and Tracy Latimer. A Voice Unheard shows the positive options for Canadians with disabilities and reveals the opinion held by many people with disabilities that death was not Tracy Latimer’s only option.