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Accessibility to the Public Facilities: A Mean to Achieve Civil Rights of the People with Disabilities in Iran

Roya Ghasemzadeh; Mohammad Kamali; Ali Chabok; Masoud Fallahi Khoshknab; Manuchehr Shirani;
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  • Published: 01 Sep 2008 Journal: Iranian Rehabilitation Journal (issn: 1735-3602, eissn: 1735-3610, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Negah Institute for Scientific Communication
Abstract
Objectives: Civil rights may cover different aspects of citizens’ lives. All the members of the society should have equal access to the public facilities and public transportation system. Barriers and obstacles in society may limit the accessibility of these facilities to the disabled people. Methods: This article contains a part of the results in a phenomenological study of the Disability Rights. The purpose of this phenomenological study was to describe experiences of disability rights among 11 physically disabled that were living in Tehran, Iran. The study involves secondary analysis of in-depth transcribed interview data, using colazzi’s method. ...
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free text keywords: Phenomenology, Accessibility, Civil rights, Physically disabled people, Medicine, R, Vocational rehabilitation. Employment of people with disabilities, HD7255-7256
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