Using UK contemporary issues regarding disability in the media, focus on the nature of named disability and clearly explain how people with disability are socially excluded in society.
Disabled people are socially excluded in UK society through their involvement in the media-created narrative that many disabled people who access state benefits are cheating the system.
To answer this question, take a look at this study on UK disability inequality and exclusion, which was carried out by the Equality and Human Rights Commission in 2017. A reference link has been provided.
Remember that social exclusion means that a person is unable to access the basic rights and privileges of a society that are otherwise available to the majority. This definition is taken from the Poverty and Social Exclusion research project, shown in...
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