Public libraries, disability and social exclusion

This paper by Rebecca Linley considers ways in which disabled people are excluded in society and then reviews public library provision. A key conclusion is that the main emphasis has been on providing access for disabled people, rather than the actual use they make of public libraries.

Open to all? Working Papers no.11.

Public libraries, disability and social exclusion

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