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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pathologise.
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It not only pathologises these partners but also implies that autistics are inherently emotionally abusive.
The way in which this 'finding' about diagnostic patterns has been reported stigmatises and pathologises African Caribbean communities as being inherently flawed in some way that generates 'mental illness' - a throwback to the discredited Moynihan report in the US, which stated in 1965 that the African American family was a 'tangle of pathology'.
Campaigners argue that the research used by the government stigmatises and pathologises African Caribbeans because it gives the impression that, as a group, they are predisposed to serious mental illness - something the BNP eagerly jumped on.
Researchers say such treatment pathologises homosexuality
It's also an extremely modern film in the way it pathologises the relationship between celebrity and fan-dom. "