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Reframing Stigma as Social Death: Types of Stigma

Health-related stigma specifically describes the social-cultural process in which social groups are devalued, rejected, and excluded on the basis of a socially discredited health condition. So we can see already …

References and Resources

Selected Resources Alang, S., Batts, H., Letcher, A., & Zelko, J. (2018, November). “We feel uncomfortable in most medical settings”: Perceptions of social exclusion among Black men and Latinx populations …

Interrelationships Between Types of Stigma

Structural stigma appears when particular policies of large entities (e.g., governments, companies, schools) together, with their institutional practices and norms, serve to reinforce stigmatizing beliefs and systems. Such policies and …

The Case of Ms. L

Ms. L. always showed up 10 minutes early for her appointments even though I always ran late. Her granddaughter would rest her cheek against Ms. L.’s chest, squishing one eye …

Reframing Stigma as Social Death: Types of Stigma

Health-related stigma specifically describes the social-cultural process in which social groups are devalued, rejected, and excluded on the basis of a socially discredited health condition. So we can see already …

The Case of Ms. L

Ms. L. always showed up 10 minutes early for her appointments even though I always ran late. Her granddaughter would rest her cheek against Ms. L.’s chest, squishing one eye …

References and Resources

Selected Resources Alang, S., Batts, H., Letcher, A., & Zelko, J. (2018, November). “We feel uncomfortable in most medical settings”: Perceptions of social exclusion among Black men and Latinx populations …

Interrelationships Between Types of Stigma

Structural stigma appears when particular policies of large entities (e.g., governments, companies, schools) together, with their institutional practices and norms, serve to reinforce stigmatizing beliefs and systems. Such policies and …