Private worlds and public places: mapping the environmental values of wheelchair users
For people with locomotor difficulties space can frequently raise insurmountable problems which at first sight may seem so trivial to able-bodied persons that they become ignored. Space is often difficult to deal with, but seldom are the views of the physically disabled acknowledged in mapping and urban design.
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