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Stigmatization of Alcoholics and Other High- Risk Social Groups – in Relation to Gender and Type of Vocation


Kovačević, Dražen; Pavelić Tremac, Ana; Carić, Tonko; Sindik, Joško; Manojlović, Narcisa
Stigmatization of Alcoholics and Other High- Risk Social Groups – in Relation to Gender and Type of Vocation // Archives of psychiatry research, 56 (2020), 1; 19-32 doi:10.20471/may.2020.56.01.02 (recenziran, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Stigmatization of Alcoholics and Other High- Risk Social Groups – in Relation to Gender and Type of Vocation

Autori
Kovačević, Dražen ; Pavelić Tremac, Ana ; Carić, Tonko ; Sindik, Joško ; Manojlović, Narcisa

Izvornik
Archives of psychiatry research (2671-1079) 56 (2020), 1; 19-32

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
high-risk social groups ; alcoholics ; social distance ; stigma ; health and non-health professionals

Sažetak
Apart from functional problems that arise from the fact that they belong to certain vulnerable social categories (individuals with chronic illnesses and conditions, individuals belonging to minorities and marginalized groups, etc.), members of these groups also face the feeling of distancing and/or rejection by others, including health professionals. The main purpose of this research is to determine social distances towards alcoholics compared with other high-risk social groups and to check for possible differences in social distances (and stigmatization) of alcoholics with regard to gender and occupation type. On a sample of 230 respondents (a deliberate sample of health and non-health professionals, heterogeneous by socio-demographic characteristics), using the Bogardus social distance scale, we investigated social distances for certain social groups: drug addicts, alcoholics, homosexuals, mentally ill individuals and individuals with physical disabilities. The results have shown that individuals with physical disabilities are the least stigmatized group, while the most stigmatized are drug addicts, with alcoholics being second according to social distance. A similar trend was also found in groups of subjects of different sex as well as different types of occupation, with an exception that alcoholics were the most stigmatized group among health professionals, while drug addicts were second most stigmatized group. Sexual differences in social distance towards alcoholics have not been confirmed, nor the differences between the two observed groups of occupations. The research results provide the basic guidelines needed to design the process of destigmatization of alcoholics, as well as other vulnerable social groups studied, in the populations of both health and non-health professionals of both sexes.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Kliničke medicinske znanosti, Psihologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Institut za antropologiju

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Kovačević, Dražen; Pavelić Tremac, Ana; Carić, Tonko; Sindik, Joško; Manojlović, Narcisa
Stigmatization of Alcoholics and Other High- Risk Social Groups – in Relation to Gender and Type of Vocation // Archives of psychiatry research, 56 (2020), 1; 19-32 doi:10.20471/may.2020.56.01.02 (recenziran, članak, znanstveni)
Kovačević, D., Pavelić Tremac, A., Carić, T., Sindik, J. & Manojlović, N. (2020) Stigmatization of Alcoholics and Other High- Risk Social Groups – in Relation to Gender and Type of Vocation. Archives of psychiatry research, 56 (1), 19-32 doi:10.20471/may.2020.56.01.02.
@article{article, year = {2020}, pages = {19-32}, DOI = {10.20471/may.2020.56.01.02}, keywords = {high-risk social groups, alcoholics, social distance, stigma, health and non-health professionals}, journal = {Archives of psychiatry research}, doi = {10.20471/may.2020.56.01.02}, volume = {56}, number = {1}, issn = {2671-1079}, title = {Stigmatization of Alcoholics and Other High- Risk Social Groups – in Relation to Gender and Type of Vocation}, keyword = {high-risk social groups, alcoholics, social distance, stigma, health and non-health professionals} }

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  • Scopus


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  • ADONIS
  • The Alcohol and Alcohol Problems Science Database/ETOH
  • Biological Abstracts
  • BIOSlS Preview
  • BIOSlS Toxicology
  • Directory of Open Access Journals/DOAJ
  • Excerpta Medica/EMBASE
  • Psychological Abstracts/ PsycINFO
  • Sociological Abstracts
  • SCOPUS
  • Index Copernicus
  • SocINDEX
  • CINAHL
  • Criminal Justice Abstracts


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