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Nabarro said "each human being has a role to try to reduce the stigmatization and to recognize that is really unfair.
Collectively these findings show that social media have contributed to the stigmatization of persons who have a history of mental illness.
Germany is a country where sanctions and stigmatization had the intended effect.
Medical profession itself contributes to stigmatization of psychiatry.
The fear, panic and stigmatization in the society lead many HIV-positive people to not disclose their HIV status but claimed to have other forms of diseases such as cancer and many of them took their HIV status to the grave.
Stigmatization is probably not a "practice" that most ICC lawyers spontaneously think of themselves as being engaged in.
Stigmatization towards users appears to act as a prevention mechanism among nonusers (Palamar, Kiang & Halkitis 2011), but research is needed to determine what personal characteristics predict stigmatization towards users.
Social stigmatization of abortion undergirds current anti-abortion rights measures and hinders abortion rights advocates' efforts to preserve women's access to safe, legal abortion care.
She thus argues, in roughly the first half of the book, that racial segregation is to blame not only for the vast material inequalities in income, wealth, and access to opportunities for education and employment, but also in creating and furthering harmful stigmatization of racial groups.
The book's subtitle, Stigmatizing Muslim Men in Berlin, is however misleading: Pratt studies the stigmatization of Turkish-Germans as Muslim and the function of "honor" as a cultural construct in the processes of masculine (self)stigmatization; immigrants from other Muslim countries are not part of her study.
Speaking at the headquarters of the pan-Arab organization, Azoulay said that the Anna Lindh Foundation has chosen to "make the dialogue of cultures in the service of education policy to resist the vestiges of stigmatization and the excesses of ideological and philosophical repression that weaken today many Western societies.