Grossmont College Travel Experiences of People with Disabilities Research Paper

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Question Description

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For this assignment, investigate the following topic: Air Travel with a Disability

There is great discussion around the subject of traveling with a disability. Whether it be air travel in a wheelchair, or with a mental health, developmental, intellectual, or sensory disability, the experience of traveling is very different for people with disabilities than it is for people who do not have disabilities. Your task is to learn about travel experiences of people with disabilities and then write a thoughtful summary response using the criteria below.

Required Format

  • Microsoft Word ONLY
  • Responses must be in paragraph format underneath respective question or section.
  • 1” margins
  • 12-point font
  • Double-spaced
  • 2-page minimum

Required Content

  • Introduction - 1 point

A paragraph giving an overview of what you have researched and plan on presenting in your paper.

  • 3 References & Summaries - 6 points

Write a paragraph summarizing each reference (3 paragraphs total) and the main points or perspectives made with that reference. Within each paragraph, include the website link to the readings, blogs, and/or online videos you utilized in your inquiry.

  • Class Connections - 1 point

In 1-2 paragraphs, make the connection between 2 of the following fundamental areas and how they relate to this topic:

  • Ableism
  • Social Model of Disability
  • Accessibility
  • Accommodations
  • Assistive technology
  • Inspiration porn
  • Disability rights
  • Respectful language

  • Reflection - 1 point
    In 1-2 paragraphs reflect on the following prompts:
    • I used to think that…
    • Why did you think that?
    • Now I think that…
    • Why do you think that now?
    • What changed in your thinking?
  • Closing - 1 point

In 1 paragraph, explain how disability is a tool or a means of innovation? How has the air-travel-with-a-disability discussion evolved toward new possibilities as a result of disability representation? Or how has it not evolved toward new possibilities? Explain.

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Final Answer



Air Travel with a Disability
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It is very common that when one reaches the end of a flight, they pick up their
belongings and rush to their businesses as soon as the doors are open to doing so. However, t5his
is not the case for persons with disabilities. Persons with disabilities have to remain in their seats
at the end of the flight until when they get assistance to alight the plane, which is mostly after
others have left the plane ("This Is What It’s Like to Travel With a Disability in the United
States.”). The experiences of persons with a disability, for instance, persons who use
wheelchairs, are humiliating in flights, and they often experience discrimination. Various laws
have been passed to protect people with disabilities from any form of travel; discrimination, for
instance, the ADA, however, the sad part is up to date some organizations and businesses have
no idea of what that law is or believe that they can violate it with no consequences.
References and summaries
According to this post by the department of transportation of the United States, persons
with disabilities are persons with mental or physical impairments, which may affect them in
activities such as breathing, hearing, walking, and seeing, among others. There is a particular
law, The Air Carrier Access Act (ACCA...

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