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Labels Against Women by Pantene- Ableism
Transcript of Labels Against Women by Pantene- Ableism
Does the Video Demonstrate Ableism?
Both speakers are physically able
Podium not accessible for physically disabled
Mentally able: persuasive and demanding
possible mental disability - diminishes productivity
emotional disability: understand and use emotions effectively
affects everyone and themselves
disability discrimination negatively affects the image and opportunities of disabled workers
smooth - show-off - confined
being defined by a disability
limits that affect individuals with disabilities
Media’s Influence on Ableism in the Workplace
Presented by FAB 5 + 1
Labels Against Women by Pantene
Does the video demonstrate Ableism?
Disability = medical care
Rehabilitation and inclusion
Social Injustices of Disability
Lets Apply Some Theories
3 Models of Disability
Live "as normal as possible"
Labels attached to individuals with disability are different
Pantene's overlook of disabled workers may lead to loss of potential income
Ignoring Potential Impaired Workers Discourages:
equal opportunity between abled and disabled
severeness of the disability
people affected: disabled and abled people
No indication of mental or physical disability
no accommodation for disabilities in the washroom
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