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- n. Alternative spelling of stigmatization.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- etc. See stigmatization, etc.
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- n. the act of stigmatizing
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Roma rights organisations claim that "stigmatisation" will not solve the underlying problems of lack of integration and facilities.
When the politicians brought up the ICG's point on "stigmatisation" of human rights defenders,
'stigmatisation' of particular communities would end nor it is possible to predict when would the division of peoples in holy-cows-and-scapegoats would end.
Misconception and prejudice on HIV due to lack of information still caused stigmatisation on PLHIV [People Living with HIV].
Alex Niven The goading of Geordies, 4 June must join the queue of UK cities and regions smarting from the sting of stigmatisation.
Criminalising people who use drugs leads to greater social exclusion and stigmatisation making it much more difficult for them to gain employment and to play a productive role in society.
There is a terrible stigmatisation of older mothers.
Again, another gimmicky, wasteful policy that further adds to the criminalisation and stigmatisation around problems that need more thought and care when being addressed.
But, if women want to go to work as do the men, but women have to stay at home because of the societal attitudes and stigmatisation towards women who go to work with young children, which happened to Sarah Palin, then I disagree.
Marr highlights the extensive stigmatisation of mental health in politics