Table of contents for Social work and disadvantage : addressing the roots of stigma through association / edited by Peter Burke and Jonathan Parker.

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Introduction. Peter Burke and Jonathan Parker. 
1.	Disadvantage and Stigma: A Theoretical Framework for Associated 
Conditions. Peter Burke. 
2.	Looked After Children, their Parents, Disadvantage and Stigma. Catherine 
Deverell. 
3.	Childhood Disabilities and Disadvantage: Family Experiences. Peter Burke 
and Benedict Fell. 
4.	A Drug User in the Family: Between Need, Dependency and Desire. Philip 
Guy. 
5.	HIV/AIDS: Challenging Stigma by Association. Liz Walker. 
6.	Ageing against the Grain: Gay Men and Lesbians. Elizabeth Price.
7.	Constructing Dementia and Dementia Care: Disadvantage and Daily Practices 
in a Day Care Setting. Jonathan Parker. 
8.	Living with Chronic Illness: The Example of Parkinson's Disease. Margaret 
Holloway. 
9.	Social Work, Disadvantage by Association and Anti-Oppressive Practice. 
Jonathan Parker. 
10.	Disadvantage as an Associative Concept, Reflections and Some Further 
Considerations. Peter Burke. 
The Contributors. 
Index. 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social work with people with disabilities.
Sociology of disability.
Stigma (Social psychology).