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2010, vol. 13, br. 2, str. 185-217
(Ne)mogućnost prevencije stigme duševnog poremećaja i destigmatizacije osoba sa duševnim poremećajem
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Medicinski fakultet

e-adresadkecmanovic@gmail.com
Ključne reči: duševni poremećaj; stigma; negativni stereotip; prevencija; destigmatizacija
Sažetak
Stigma duševnog poremećaja je globalna i univerzalna pojava. Ona je izražena kod pripadnika različitih socijalno-ekonomskih slojeva, kao i kod ljudi koji žive u kulturološki različitim sredinama. Značaj stigme duševnog poremećaja određena je veličinom njenog negativnog efekta na osobe sa duševnim poremećajem, na članove njihovih porodica i na psihijatrijsku službu, odnosno njenu efikasnost. Zato je važno da se utvrdi da li postoje i kolike su mogućnosti prevencije stigme duševnog poremećaja i destigmatizacije osoba sa duševnim poremećajem. Analiza okolnosti i činilaca koji su odgovorni za pojavu i održavanje stigme duševnog poremećaja pokazuje da su veoma skromne mogućnosti prevencije stigme duševnog poremećaja i destigmatizacije osoba sa duševnim poremećajem. Fenomenska priroda duševnog poremećaja, to jest način na koji duševno neporemećeni doživljavaju duševno obolele, zajednički je imenitelj svih činilaca i okolnosti koji ograničavaju domete prevencije stigme duševnog poremećaja i destigmatizacije duševno obolelih.
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