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Second, we studied stigmatizing attitudes toward depression rather than the broader concept of mental disorders.
Responding to Sri Lanka's emergency regulations imposing a ban on clothing that conceals the face, Amnesty International's Deputy South Asia Director, Dinushika Dissanayake, said that at a time when many Muslims in Sri Lanka fear a backlash, imposing a banthat effectively targets women wearing a face veil for religious reasons risks stigmatizing them.
Jones, Scott, and Markus (1984) focused on "stigmatizing marks" and their association with negative evaluations and stereotypes.
Future studies should focus on validating an instrument for assessing stigmatizing attitudes in this population, which will make it possible to apply more robust and complex statistical analyzes and contribute to a deeper understanding of this phenomenon.
You've got to stop using drugs.' The stigmatizing attitudes combined with the willingness and the desire to intervene were most surprising to me.
High levels of stigmatizing attitudes were reported toward people who use opioids: 16 and 28 percent were willing to have a person using opioids marry into their family and to have a person using opioids start working closely with them on a job, respectively.
Yet, it is unknown how PLHIV in China respond to stigmatizing language in media and how the stigmatization may affect them.
Though the processes of stigmatizing and bullying can be complex, they can be identified and stopped.
The stigmatizing nature of her observation was probably unintended, yet a clear and negative message was delivered.
Borderline Personality Disorder: New Perspectives on a Stigmatizing and Overused Diagnosis
ONE OF THE MOST consequential--but almost never disputed--arguments in psychology and psychiatry is the objection to stigmatizing mental illness or aberrant behavior.
(1) Women who held HIV-related stigmatizing attitudes (reflecting negative moral judgment of infected individuals) were more likely than other women to have been tested for the virus (odds ratio, 3.0).