The potential power of the Paralympics - changing attitudes towards people with intellectual disabilities

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Parrot, K., Burns, J., Mills, H. and Baker, P. 2012. The potential power of the Paralympics - changing attitudes towards people with intellectual disabilities.
AuthorsParrot, K., Burns, J., Mills, H. and Baker, P.
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