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Title Stigma revisited [electronic resource] : implications of the mark / edited by Stacey Hannem and Chris Bruckert.
Publication Info. Ottawa : University of Ottawa Press, c2012.
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Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. [183]-197) and index.
Contents Chapter One: Speaking out: Down out and Crazy / Nicholas Little -- Chapter Two: Theorising Stigma and the Politics of Resistance: Symbolic and Structural Stigma in Everyday Life / Stacey Hannem -- Chapter Three: The Mark of Racialization: Afghan-Canadian Men Negotiation Stigma Post September 11th / Vajmeh Tabibi with Stacey Hannem -- Chapter Four: The Mark of 'Disreputable' Labour: Workin' it: Sex Workers Negotiate Stigma / Chris Bruckert -- Chapter Five: The Mark of Sexual Deviance: What Keeps Men Who Have Sex with Men Up at Night? / Kevin Walby -- Chapter Six: The Mark of Association: Transferred Stigma, and the Families of Male Prisoners / Stacey Hannem -- Chapter Seven: The Mark of Mental Illness: 'Slashing' and Managing the Stigma of a Scarred Body / Jennifer M. Kilty -- Chapter Eight: Speaking Out: On Being a Nigger / Charles Huckelbury, Jr. -- Chapter Nine: The Mark of Criminality: Rejections and Reversals, Disclosure and Distance : Stigma and the Ex Prisoner / Melissa Munn -- Chapter Ten: Speaking out: A Poem and Conversation / 'Crazzy' Dave Dessler -- Chapter Eleven: Concluding Thoughts Academic Activists: A Call to Action / Stacey Hannem and Chris Bruckert.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on May 24, 2013).
Subject Stigma (Social psychology)
Stereotypes (Social psychology)
Marginality, Social.
Added Author Hannem, Stacey, 1979-
Bruckert, Chris, 1960-
Ebooks Corporation
Related To Print version: 9781283695435
ISBN 0776607839 (pbk.)
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0776620029 (electronic bk. : PDF)
9780776620268 (electronic bk. : HTML)
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