Stigma and Social Exclusion in Healthcare

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Stigma and Social Exclusion in Healthcare

Edited by

Tom Mason,
Caroline Carlisle,
Caroline Watkins
and Elizabeth Whitehead

London and New York

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations viii
  • About the Editors ix
  • Preface xv
  • Acknowledgements xvii
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • Part I - Theoretical Underpinnings 15
  • 2 - Historical Developments 17
  • 3 - The Changing Dynamic of Stigma 29
  • 4 - Relationship to Practice 40
  • 5 - The Stigma of Congenital Abnormalities 51
  • 6 - Aspects of Stigma Associated with Genetic Conditions 63
  • 7 - Hearing Loss 76
  • 8 - Marked on Sight 83
  • 9 - Communication Impairment and Stigma 92
  • 10 - The Stigma of 'sexuality' 104
  • 11 - Hiv and Aids 117
  • 12 - The Stigma of Epilepsy 126
  • 13 - Burns and Social Stigma 136
  • 14 - Exclusive Language? 147
  • 15 - Race, Stigma and Stereotyping 158
  • 16 - The Mentally Disordered Offender 170
  • 17 - Not in My Back Yard 181
  • 18 - Smackheads, Crackheads and Other Junkies 190
  • 19 - Rosa's Story 209
  • 20 - Involuntary Childlessness and Stigma 217
  • 21 - Teenage Pregnancy, Stigma and Differential Provision of Healthcare 226
  • 22 - The Stigmatisation of Breastfeeding 234
  • 23 - The Stigma of Terminal Cancer 246
  • 24 - Stroke Sufferer 255
  • 25 - The Older Person 265
  • 26 - From Stigma to the Social Exclusion of Disabled People 270
  • Part III - Where Do We Go from Here? 281
  • 27 - Manifesto for Change 283
  • Index 293
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