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# Stigma Research and Action # Stigma Research and Action was an open access journal that provided a multi-disciplinary, international forum for the presentation of scholarly research pertaining to prejudice and discrimination that is caused by health conditions, disabilities, or membership in marginalized social or cultural groups. This journal was hosted by the [Library of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam][1] from 2011 to 2020 and is archived here. ### Vol 1, No 1 (2011): Winter ### [The Need for Stigma Research and Action]( Heather Stuart [Stigma Related To HIV Among Community Health Workers In Chile]( Rosina Cianelli, Lilian Ferrer, Kathleen F. Norr, Linda McCreary, Lisette Irarrázabal, Margarita Bernales, Sarah Miner [Internalized stigma of mental illness in Tehran, Iran]( Helia Ghanean, Marzieh Nojomi, Lars Jacobsson [Implicit and Explicit Obesity Bias in Pre-adolescents and their Relations to Self-Reported Body Mass Index]( Weidong Li, Paul Rukavina [Chinese culture, homosexuality stigma, social support, and condom use: A path analytic model]( Hongjie Liu, Tiejian Feng, Toan Ha, Hui Liu, Yumao Cai, Xiaoli Liu, Jian Li [Self and others: the differential impact of an anti-stigma programme]( Neil Quinn, Michael Smith, Susan Fleming, Amanda Shulman, Lee Knifton [Changing Knowledge and Attitudes with a Middle School Mental Health Education Curriculum]( Otto F Wahl, Janet Susin, Lorraine Kaplan, Amy Lax, Dayna Zatina [Prevalence of Internalized Stigma among Persons with Severe Mental Illness]( Michelle L. West, Philip T. Yanos, Stephen M. Smith, David Roe, Paul H. Lysaker [Substance Abuse Stigma and Discrimination Among African American Male Substance Users]( Melanie C. Scott, Otto F. Wahl [Impact and Origin of Stigma and Discrimination in Schizophrenia: Patient Perceptions]( Amresh Shrivastava, Megan Elizabeth Johnston, Meghana Thakar, Siddhansh Shrivastava, Gopa Sarkhel, Iyer Sunita, Shubhangi Parkar [Stigma]( Paul Jay Fink ### Vol 1, No 2 (2011): Summer ### [Stigma as Perceived and Experienced by People with Mental Illness who receive Compulsory Community Treatment]( James David Livingston, Katherine R. Rossiter [Reducing stigma toward seeking mental health treatment among adolescents]( Jena M Saporito, C Ryan, Bethany Teachman [Adolescents and Psychosis: A Study on the Attitudes in a Northern Italian Town]( Chiara Buizza, Rosaria Pioli, Laura Pedrini, Alberto Ghilardi [The ‘Human Face’ of Stigma in the Israeli Press: A Study or Representation]( Michal Soffer [Stigma and HIV: time for a new paradigm?]( Ian Hodgson [P.W. Corrigan, D. Roe, H.W.H. Tsang (2011) Challenging the Stigma of Mental Illness. Lessons for Therapists and Advocates. Chichester, West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell, 231 pages.]( Itzhak levav [Illness-Related Stigma in the Israeli Press: Media Coverage of Severe Physical Illnesses]( Michal Sofer ### Vol 2, No 2 (2012) ### [Is Stigma A Stigmatizing Word? A Political Question for Science]( Pat Corrigan, Dror Ben-Zeev [Reconceptualizing Stigma: Toward a Critical Anti-Oppression Paradigm]( Lynn C. Holley, Layne K. Stromwall, Kathy E. Bashor [The psychometric assessment of internalized stigma instruments: a systematic review]( Sharon Anne Maria Stevelink, Ingeborg C Wu, Carlijn G.N. Voorend, Wim H. van Brakel [Stigma Shrinks my Bubble: A Qualitative Study of Understandings and Experiences of Stigma and Bipolar Disorder]( Melinda Suto [Shifting our conceptualization of social inclusion]( Virginie Cobigo, Hélène Ouellette-Kuntz, Rosemary Lysaght, Lynn Martin [The stigma of mental illness in Sri Lanka: the perspectives of community mental health workers]( Namali Samarasekara, Matthew Lloyd Millins Davies, Sisira Siribaddana [Is it Time to Retire the Term Stigma?]( Amir Tal [What’s In a Name?]( Bill George [The Implications of Stigma for Institutionalized Violence]( Cameron Ross McCordic ## Editorial Team ## Editor-in-Chief Heather Stuart, Queens University, Canada Executive Editor Amir Tal, University of Haifa, Israel Founding (associate) Editors Julio Arboleda-Florez, Queens University, Canada Jo Phelan, Columbia University, New York, United States Wim van Brakel, Athena Institute, VU University, Amsterdam, Netherlands Norman Sartorius, Association for the Improvement of Mental Health Programs, Switzerland Editorial Board Members Alp Üçok, Istanbul University Istanbul Medical Faculty, Department of Psychiatry, Turkey Soumitra Pathare, Centre for Mental Health Law & Policy, Indian Law Society, Pune, India Gaebel Wolfgang, University of Düsseldorf, Germany Bruce Link, Columbia University, New-York, United States Patrick Corrigan, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA Laura Nyblade, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW), United States Bernice Pescosolido, Indiana University, United States Lizz Frost Yocum, BBC World Service Trust, United Kingdom Hugo Mercer, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland David Roe, University of Haifa, Israel Otto Wahl, University of Hartford, USA Galia Moran, Boston University, USA Perla Werner, University of Haifa, Israel Philip Yanos, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York, United States Alean Al-Karnawi, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel Melissa Pinto-Foltz, Case Western Reserve University/Cleveland Clinic, United States Paul Lysaker, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, USA Michael Madianos, World Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation (WAPR), Greece Robert Drake, Dartmouth College, United States Eric Emerson, Lancaster University, UK and the University of Sydney, Australia Sue Estroff, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States Cheryl Gagne, Boston University, United States Deborah Galvin, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), United States Gregory Herek, University of California, Davis, USA Stephen Hinshaw, University of California, Berkley, United States Lars Jacobsson, Umeå University, Sweden Janis H. Jenkins, University of California, San Diego, United States Itzhak Levav, Ministry of Health, Israel Wendy Parmet, Northeastern University School of Law, Boston, United States [1]: "Library of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam"
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