Meddy Escuriet

Meddy Escuriet is a doctoral student in geography and disability studies at the University of Clermont-Auvergne. He works on spatial relationships, the phenomena of exclusion of people with acquired brain injuries and, in general, on the production and social construction of disability.

Between individual and society, the relationship to space to understand the production of disability process

Meddy Escuriet | 13.08.2020

This article aims to return to the conceptual framework and methodology used to individually objectify, while socially analysing, the relationship to space of people who have suffered acquired brain damage. Moving from a state where they were professionally and socially integrated to a state where they must learn to live with their functional limitations, the life accident that these people suffered has totally redistributed the cards of their existence and redefined the relationships they have with space and society. [...]