Salud Pública de México

Disability in Mexico: a comparative analysis between descriptive models and historical periods using a timeline

Hugo Sandoval, Iván Pérez-Neri, Francisco Martínez-Flores, Martha Griselda del Valle-Cabrera, Carlos Pineda

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Some interpretations frequently argue that three Disability Models (DM) (Charity, Medical/Rehabilitation, and Social) correspond to historical periods in terms of chronological succession. These views permeate a priori within major official documents on the subject in Mexico. This paper intends to test whether this association is plausible by applying a timeline method. A document search was made with inclusion and exclusion criteria in databases to select representative studies with which to depict milestones in the timelines for each period. The following is demonstrated: 1) models should be considered as categories of analysis and not as historical periods, in that the prevalence of elements of the three models is present to date, and 2) the association between disability models and historical periods results in teleological interpretations of the history of disability in Mexico.


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disability evaluation; attitude to health; Mexico

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21149/8048

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