Are religions prejudiced? Religion and disability
Reason for embargo
Under indefinite embargo due to publisher policy. The final version is available from ABC-CLIO via the URL in this record.
Chapter 9; Volume 2
This is the author accepted manuscript.
in Contemporary Religion: Education, Law, Politics, Society, and Spirituality. Volume 2: Debates in the Public Square and Ethical Issues, Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, 2014, 213-239
Place of publication
Santa Barbara, CA
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