Disabili e sport. Dalla terapia alla ricerca della felicità.

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The consideration that in postmodern society has assumed the sport practiced by so-called people disabled has clearly changed compared to what it was just seventy-five years ago, when for the first time the neurosurgeon Ludwig Guttman opened in 1944 in Stoke Mandeville one of the first European centers for the care and rehabilitation of subjects suffering from spinal injury. Currently we are witnessing a transition from the practice of physical activity for rehabilitation purposes to that of sports activity aimed at achieving performance even by people once viewed by law only as subjects "totally or partially unable".
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)1-20
Numero di pagine20
RivistaGIUSTAMM.IT
Volume1
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2020

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Disabili e sport. Dalla terapia alla ricerca della felicità. / Agrifoglio, Giangabriele.

In: GIUSTAMM.IT, Vol. 1, 2020, pag. 1-20.

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