stigmatize


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to mark with disgrace or infamy

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to accuse or condemn or openly or formally or brand as disgraceful

mark with a stigma or stigmata

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In examining the experiences of gay Asian men, we find that members of this group also utilize a variety of strategies used by other stigmatized groups to manage the stigmatize category of homosexuality within the Asian community.
We must resolve that, in our determination to protect our nation, we will not stigmatize or demonize entire communities because of the actions of a few.
Given these framing functions, media could potentially stigmatize HIV/AIDS by overstating its infection channels (problem definition); associating it with a certain social group (causal diagnosis); attributing blame to certain groups (moral judgment); and suggesting or justifying discriminatory solutions (treatment recommendation).
examines why society stigmatizes survivors of rape, battering, incest, and clergy abuse, and how this type of victim identity (usually gendered violence) has developed and changed over time.
Local councillor Steve Walmsley, 56, Thornaby: "I think it could stigmatize some kids.
Countless more suffer needlessly and, as long as the subject of abortion remains controversial, laws will remain restrictive and societies will continue to stigmatize the issue.
Weiss states, "Preventing fear and stigmatization depends on controlling of treating the target health problem, countering tendencies of those who stigmatize others, and supporting those who are stigmatized through emotional support and social policies" (11).
The privatization of Telmex in Slims favour caused some politicians to stigmatize him as one of Salinas' businessmen, despite Slim's actions that prove that he is a practical businessman capable of adapting to any government," Martinez writes.
His parents were incensed by what they perceived as an attempt to stigmatize their son as some sort of unbalanced troublemaker.
In issuing the 2000 exemption, the EPA cited a paucity of documented environmental damage, and the danger that a hazardous waste designation would stigmatize a valuable recyclable material.
He noted that companies often find themselves unable to reinstate coverage after a major loss has exhausted the limits of an existing policy, and one company's loss can often stigmatize an entire industry in the eyes of insurers.
You think that no one could be so churlish as to stigmatize our seniors?
14 ( ANI ): Negative ads that stigmatize obesity or individuals struggling with their weight, asking fat people to stop eating outside really do not work, a new study has found.
Why I Wore Lipstick'' is mildly bawdy and slightly politically incorrect, yet a welcome, funny corrective for those who might stigmatize themselves when a mammogram comes back with an unhappy result.