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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Overall, this study found that news stories that stigmatize PLHIV can have direct and indirect effects on media consumption by those who most need accurate, current health information; can be psychologically hurtful, and is perceived as creating barriers to better health policies.
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.
The dynamics of stigmatization between drug users are further nuanced as some research suggests users of the same drug often stigmatize and experience stigma from one another.
He told an audience on Sunday at a Virginia mosque that the White House is committed to a positive and productive relationship with Muslims, and that "we will not stigmatize or demonize entire communities because of the actions of a few.
The respondents complained that news articles in Chinese media lacked objectivity and tended to stigmatize PLWHA.
Judging victims; why we stigmatize survivors, and how they reclaim respect.
The author shows how Irishness is a racial as well as a gendered national concept, and traces the ways in which race has been legally mobilized to stigmatize and regulate certain kinds of abortion decisions in the Republic of Ireland.
Children already leave school at different ages so it won't stigmatize them.
This brief highlights two other major related questions that are at issue: (1) Does suicide education stigmatize some students and increase that risk of suicide ideation?
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.