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αρτιμελισμός -> ableism, ablism, disablism, anapirophobia, anapirism, disability discrimination


αρτιμελισμός -> ableism, ablism, disablism, anapirophobia, anapirism, disability discrimination

ableism -> ικανοτισμός, αρτιμελισμός, διακρίσεις υπέρ ατόμων χωρίς αναπηρίες, διακρίσεις σε βάρος αναπήρων, διακρίσεις εις βάρος αναπήρων

Ableism (/ˈeɪbəlɪzəm/; also known as ablism, disablism (Brit. English), anapirophobia, anapirism, and disability discrimination) is discrimination and social prejudice against people with disabilities or who are perceived to have disabilities. Ableism characterizes persons as defined by their disabilities and as inferior to the non-disabled. On this basis, people are assigned or denied certain perceived abilities, skills, or character orientations.

There are stereotypes, generally inaccurate, associated with either disability in general, or with specific disabilities (for instance a presumption that all disabled people want to be cured, that wheelchair users necessarily have an intellectual disability, or that blind people have some special form of insight). These stereotypes in turn serve as a justification for ableist practices and reinforce discriminatory attitudes and behaviors toward people who are disabled. Labeling affects people when it limits their options for action or changes their identity.

ar: تمييز ضد المعاقين; ca: capacitisme; de: Ableism; en: ableism; eo: kapablismo; es: capacitismo; fi: vammaisten syrjintä; fr: capacitisme; he: יכולתנות; hu: fogyatékosellenesség; it: abilismo; ja: 障害者差別; la: potestatismus; nl: validisme; pl: handicapizm; pt: capacitismo; ru: эйблизм; simple: ableism; sk: ableizmus; sl: abilizem; sv: funkofobi; uk: ейблізм


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