Attitudinal barrier experienced by people with disabilities

Kamlesh Kumar Sahu, Soma Sahu


Attitudinal barriers are the most basic and contribute to other barriers. People with disabilities encounter many different forms of attitudinal barriers: inferiority, pity, charity, hero worship, ignorance, the spread effect, stereotypes, backlash, denial, and fear. Unlike physical and systematic barriers, attitudinal barriers often lead to illegal discrimination cannot be overcome simply by laws. The best remedy is acquaintance    


attitudinal barriers; disability

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