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|(Eg. "Genetic, Hereditary, DNA ...")
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|The infamous double helix
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|structural discrimination against disabled people.
|relates to the study moral questions about life and living beings.
|a measurable, predictable biological indicator of a specific condition that can identify potential diagnoses and/or treatments.
|the movement to close institutions, asylums, and state schools.
|the idea that some people are smarter, healthier, and better because of their genes.
|people who studied, practiced, and believed in eugenics.
|a way of not saying things straightforwardly.
|when people think of every word that comes to mind about a particular topic.
|a professional who understands genetic conditions, discusses test results, and advises patients of options for treatment and reproduction.
|differences from and changes to what is expected in DNA.
|Medical Model of Disability
|disability is seen as an individual problem that requires medical intervention.
|Charles Darwin’s theory that the animals (including ancestors of humans) who adapted best to their environment and had the best qualities would be most likely to survive, mate, and have offspring.
|the understanding that all brains are different and that those differences are neutral.
|person who used Darwin’s theories to try to understand society and thought that groups of people who were struggling were biologically worse.
|Social Model of Disability
|disability is seen as a byproduct of society’s ableist barriers.