Hanna Egard is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Social Work, Malm University, Sweden. Kristofer Hansson is Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor in the Department of Social Work, Malm University, Sweden. David Wsterfors is Professor of Sociology in the Department of Sociology, Lund University, Sweden.
Introduction: Into the fields of stubborn obstacles and lingering exclusion. Part 1 - City and transport. 1. Accessible enough? Legitimising half-measures of accessibility in Swedish urban environments. 2. The bus trip: Constraints, hierarchies and injustice. 3. Monitoring the standard here, now and in person: Detecting accessibility faults as an engaged citizen. 4. Traveling insecurely: The association of security and accessibility in public transport. Part 2 - Knowledge and education. 5. Struggles for inclusion: The unrecognised toil of hearing-impaired students. 6. Gatekeepers and gatekeeping: On participation and marginalisation in everyday life. 7. Still waiting for the hand to be raised: On being crip killjoys at an ableist university. 8. Access to sexuality: Disabled peoples experiences of multiple barriers. 9. New barriers and new possibilities: Confronting language inaccessibility in and around a pandemic. Part 3 - Institution, law and history. 10. It is supposed to be a home: Barriers to everyday life decisions in group homes. 11. Making the law invisible: How bureaucratic resistance makes support inaccessible. 12. Using building requirements as a means to create inclusion: Accessibility and usability at a crossroads. Afterword.