Browse by Subject "stigma"

  • Youngquist, Anne M. (2011-05-25)
    Abstract Stigma in America creates heated controversy and is associated not only with people within defined social groups, but with a variety of products which are used daily. Many products (e.g. assistive walking devices, ...

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  • Crosby, Elizabeth (2012-05-22)
    A stigma “refers to an attribute that is deeply discrediting” (Goffman 1963, 3). The stigmatized characteristic or trait labels the possessor as different from what is considered “normal” in some way. More specifically, ...

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  • Earl, Allison (2012-09-18)
    Disparities in health outcomes may be explained in part by differences in attention to health information across groups. A series of six studies examined the impression, defense, and fear-reduction motives underlying ...

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  • Haimson, Oliver Lee; Ringland, Kathryn; Simpson, Simone; Wolf, Christine T. (iSchools, 2014-04-04)
    Stigma associated with depression and mental illness is a widespread problem, often leading to negative health outcomes and discrimination for people with these conditions. Common stigma reduction interventions focus on ...

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