Barrier Free or Social Free
Nowadays, several studies based on the perceptions of disability investigate it through social models instead of being regarded as a medical subject. Brittain (2004) mentioned that social models have to be defined with realistic and planned implementations by active public policies and laws which could change the human behaviours within the community and therefore solve the majority of the problems related to disability. Herein, many discussions in the literature are based on approaches that discuss disability and social awareness together (Imrie, 1998).
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