Self-structure and Discrimination: Implications for Coping and Wellbeing
Substantial research demonstrates the negative effects of discrimination on the psychological wellbeing of stigmatised groups. While the ultimate goal should be to reduce occurrences of discrimination, in the interim it is important to identify resiliency factors which may reduce the impact of discrimination. Given that being the victim of discrimination is likely to be experienced as a form of stress, research from the stress and coping literature can be used...[Show more]
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