Stigma in response to mental disorders: a comparison of Australia and Japan
BACKGROUND: There are few national or cross-cultural studies of the stigma associated with mental disorders. Australia and Japan have different systems of psychiatric health care, and distinct differences in cultural values, but enjoy similar standards of living. This study seeks to compare the nature and extent of stigma among the public in the two countries. METHODS: A household survey of the public was conducted in each country using similar methodologies. The Australian study...[Show more]
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