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Volume 134, 202214th Session of Euro-Asian Law Congress “The value of law” 2021
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|Published online||09 February 2022|
Extrability as a strategy for successful employment of people with disability
1 Baikal State University, Department of Sociology and Psychology, Irkutsk, Russia
2 Buryat State University, Department of Theory and History of Law and State, Ulan-Ude, Russia
3 Irkutsk State Transport University, Department of Information Systems and Information Security, Irkutsk, Russia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
This research is one of the attempts to understand the phenomenon of extrability, which means additional opportunities for people with disability, which are formed in the process of successful social adaptation and socialization, thanks to which people with disability, having experienced a deep psychological crisis, qualitatively change their lives. The paper describes and analyses the original practical experience of the autonomous non-profit organization «White Cane», established in 2010 in the city of Yekaterinburg (Russia), the founder of which is O. B. Kolpashchikov, who developed and put into practice the concept of extrability. The information base of the research of the problem of inclusive employment at the present stage of the development of Russian society was made up of scientific works of Russian researchers, public statistical data of the Federal Register of Disabled People and the Federal State Statistics Service for 2017-2021, the results of sociological studies of recent years. It is emphasized that extrability is at the stage of institutionalization and testing. But despite this, it can be concluded that extrability not only solves the problem of employment and the quality of life of people with disability. But it also creates prerequisites for the formation of a new segment of the open labor market, associated with the fact that new jobs and professions appear, in which if people without disability are involved, the quality of rendered services is significantly reduced.
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