精神疾患の偏見の理解にむけて<br>Understanding the stigma of Mental Illness : Theory and Interventions

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精神疾患の偏見の理解にむけて
Understanding the stigma of Mental Illness : Theory and Interventions

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 213 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780470723289
  • DDC分類 362.26

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Many mentally ill people are the victims of stigma, which leads to additional suffering and humiliation. Negative stereotypes and prejudicial attitudes against them are often reinforced by their media representation as unpredictable, violent and dangerous. Hence the importance of the study of stigma as an explanatory construct of much that transpires in the management of the mentally ill in our societies. This book describes the experience of stigmatization at the level of the individual, and seeks to measure stigma and discrimination from the following perspectives: Self imposed stigma due to shame, guilt and low self esteem; Socially imposed stigma due to social stereotyping and prejudice; and Structurally imposed stigma, caused by policies, practices, and laws that discriminate against the mentally ill. This book briefly describes programmes that aim to reduce such stigma then looks at ways to evaluate their effectiveness. It is the first book to focus on evaluation and research methodologies in stigma and mental health.It also: presents new interventions to reduce stigma describes the various international programmes which help reduce stigma discusses the use of the internet as an international tool to promote awareness of stigma in mental health. Understanding the Stigma of Mental Illness is essential reading for clinicians and researchers who wish to apply or develop stigma reduction programmes. It is also a valuable addition to the libraries of political analysts, policy makers, clinicians, researchers, and all those interested in how to approach and measure this distressing social phenomenon.

Table of Contents

        List of contributors                       vii
Foreword ix
Preface xi
The rights of a powerless legion 1 (18)
Julio Arboleda-Florez
Cross-cultural aspects of the stigma of 19 (18)
mental illness
Bernice A. Pescosolido
Sigrun Olafsdottir
Jackl K. Martin
J. Scott Long
The WPA Global Programme against Stigma and 37 (12)
Discrimination because of Schizophrenia
Norman Sartorius
`Fighting stigma and discrimination because 49 (20)
of schizophrenia - Open the Doors': a
collaborative review of the experience from
the German project centres
A.E. Baumann
W. Gaebel
Stigman and health care staff 69 (16)
Juan J. Lopez-Ibor
Olga Cuenca
Maria-Ines Lopez-Ibor
Evaluating programmatic needs concerning 85 (40)
the stigman of mental illness
Beate Schulze
Using the Internet for fighting the stigma 125(10)
of schizophrenia
Hugh Schulze
Building an evidence base for anti-stigma 135(12)
programming
Heather Stuart
Other people stigmatize...but, what about 147(14)
us? Attitudes of mental health
professionals towards patients with
schizophrenia
Alp Ucok
Implementing anti stigma programmes in 161(14)
Boulder, Colorado and Clagary, Alberta
Richard Warner
Stigma measurement approaches: conceptual 175(18)
origins and current applications
Lawrence H. Yang
Bruce G. Link
Jo C. Phelan
Appendix Inventories to measure the scope and 193(12)
impact of stigma experiences from the
perspective of those who are stigmatized -
consumer and family versions
Heather Stuart
Michelle Koller
Roumen Milev
Index 205