How can we reduce the stigma and the effects of stigma on the mentally ill population?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 8:13 am ad1c9bdddf
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1. A defintion of the mentally ill - 100 words
2. Social stigma - 100 words
3. Stigma Reduction - 100 words
This should cover what you need. You can leave me a message via the feedback section if you need further clarification or you can use the listed resources. All the best with your studies.
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Who are the mentally ill? Simply put, the mentally ill are those individuals who suffer from a mental or psychological anomaly so that their patterns of thinking, their behavior, their views and reactions are affected, manifesting in abnormal ways in reference to what is deemed normal and expected by social expectations, culture and practice. Thus, mental illness is seen as a disabilty and a source of distress for people who are suffering from it, or for those who are close to them. The way they think, feel or act is contrary to ...
The solution provides information, assistance and advise in tackling the task (see above) on how the stigma and the effects of stigma on the mentally ill population can be reduced. A simple outline is suggested together with key information to get the student started. Resources are also included for further exploration of the topic.
Mental illness stigma data are presented.
Stories about social problems are everywhere â?" television news, radio, newspapers, magazines, and journal articles.
Your assignment is to find a news story related to a social problem that we have or will have discussed prior to the assignment due date that is of interest to you. (Mental Illness)
What is the issue? What impact does it have on individuals, society, and culture? What is your opinion on this subject? The main goal is to get you thinking about the issue in some depth. Your article MUST have been written within the previous 6 months and must come from a credible print, TV, radio, or online news source (i.e. CNN, your local newspaper, NPR, WMUR, etc.) It cannot be a general website, opinion site, Wikipedia page, or from the textbook. If you are uncertain if your source qualifies, you must ask the instructor.View Full Posting Details