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Write my research paperI need these question’s and I need 2 discussion response according to the rubric attached. Discussion 2 will be uploaded later on. Reading material is also attached. (discussion 1)In Paragraphs 2-4 i think Mairs really devoted her time to discuss the use of the word ‘cripple” to describe herself because she really dissected the word. Mairs despise the words “disabled” and “handicapped”. She feels as though “cripple” is a cleaner word than the other two. I can agree with Mairs in somewhat because the way she broke down disabled a being a physical or mental health sounds bad. Also, handicap meaning like being a disadvantage. Cripple does seem like a straightforward word. The word “differently abled” is just a nice way to say disabled. The word is very condescending to me. In paragraph 11 Mairs talked about having a disease, but still able to live a normal life. She ends the paragraph saying “Are there worse things than dying”? In her last paragraph she gave a story of a women who’s fully alive, but is incontinent and refuses to leave her home. Basically she is confined in one place. Even though Mairs has MS “Multiple Sclerosis, she doesn’t allow that to stop her from living her life. Purchase the answer to view it©Copyright 2000-2018. All Rights Reserved. TermPaperChampions.com: The most reliable provider of custom academic papers. Our writers are here to help you complete papers from all disciplines and academic levels . You can always trust us to deliver.
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