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Stereotypes

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 74. Chapters: Hillbilly, Nerd, Beatnik, Sloane Ranger, Social stigma, Mitica, Stereotypes of animals, Hipster, Metrosexual, Chav, Idée fixe, Ethnicity of performers in pornography, Redneck, Spastic, Reappropriation, Stereotypes of groups within the United States, Ugly American, Bogan, Geek, Taiheki, Boy racer, Catholic guilt, The Streets of Cairo, or the Poor Little Country Maid, Bridge and tunnel, Rhodie, Physical attractiveness stereotype, U-Haul lesbian, Stuff White People Like, Motorway man, Molly Mormon, Wife acceptance factor, Nurse stereotypes, Pokemón, Stereotype fit hypothesis, Goobacks, Counterstereotype, Essex man, Spide, White van man, Skell, Cat lady, Gopnik, Bright Young People, Chad, Labelling, Things Bogans Like, Tartanry, Ocker, Starving artist, Boy next door, Beauf, Coastie, New Russian, Yipster, Bad boy, Redneck joke, Pigeonholing, Social stigma of obesity, Plain Jane, Bias and sensitivity guidelines. Excerpt: Social stigma is a severe social disapproval of personal characteristics or beliefs that are perceived to be against cultural norms. Erving Goffman defined stigma as 'the process by which the reaction of others spoils normal identity'. The three forms of stigma recognised by Goffman include: The experience of a mental illness (or the imposition of such a diagnosis); a physical form of deformity or an undesired differentness; or an association with a particular race, religion, belief, etc. (Goffman, 1990). Mental illness, physical disabilities and diseases such as leprosy (or herpes), about which leprosy stigma may also be called, as well as illegitimacy, sexual orientation, skin tone or affiliation with a specific nationality, religion (or lack of religion) or being deemed to be or proclaiming oneself to be of a certain ethnicity, in any of myriad geopolitical and corresponding sociopolitical contexts in various parts of the world. The perception or attribution, rightly or wrongly, of criminality carries a strong social stigma. Stigma comes in three forms: Firstly, overt or external deformations, such as scars, physical manifestations of anorexia nervosa, leprosy (leprosy stigma), or of a physical disability or social disability, such as obesity. Secondly, deviations in personal traits, including mental illness, drug addiction, alcoholism, and criminal backgrounds are stigmatized in this way. Thirdly, "tribal stigmas" are traits, imagined or real, of ethnic groups, nationalities, or religions that are deemed to constitute a deviation from what is perceived to be the prevailing normative ethnicity, nationality or religion. Empirical research of stigma associated with mental disorders pointed to a surprising attitude of the general public. Those who were told that mental disorders had a genetic basis were more prone to increase their social distance from the mentally ill, and also assume that the ill were dangerous individuals in contrast with those members of the gen

  • Vydavateľstvo: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Rok vydania: 2011
  • Formát: Paperback
  • Rozmer: 246 x 189 mm
  • Jazyk: Anglický jazyk
  • ISBN: 9781156619339

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