Disability, development and postcolonialism
On the night of the 19th, while the news was on television and the middle class was at home watching, seeing people from the most humble sectors crying, women crying in front of supermarkets, begging for or taking food, and the State of Siege was declared, then and there began the sound of the cacerola (the banging of pots and pans). In one window, and then another window, in one house and then another house, and soon, there was the noise of the cacerola.
Chataika, T. (2012)., Disability, development and postcolonialism, in D. Goodley, B. Hughes & L. Davis (eds.), Disability and social theory, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 252-269.
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