By Ann Hill Beuf
Examines the stigmatism of kids who deviate from appropriate American criteria for actual visual appeal. Beuf analyzes either the consequences of this stigmatization on childrens and the innovations used to deal with it.
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Extra resources for Beauty Is the Beast: Appearance-Impaired Children in America
While I attempt in this book to isolate the effects of impaired appearance alone, we must not forget that, in many instances, appearance impairment is associated with pain and dysfunction. These are certainly deficits when it comes to coping, as they may interfere with the child's ability to develop a sense of personal competency and effectiveness, and in general may drain the child's stamina and energy and contribute to feelings of depression or withdrawal. Psychological Resources Children's humor, self-esteem, intelligence, creativity, and enthusiasm are all important weapons in the arsenal against despair.
In general, however, social stigmatization has negative consequences for its victims. 55 It can do this in several ways: by reducing the person's social acceptability, by blocking the person's important social and economic opportunities, and by diminishing the person's overall life chances. As our data indicate, persons with socially stigmatized appearance may experience one, a few, or all of these forms of punishment and containment. 56 Sometimes there are severe psychological consequences to social stigmatization.
His work unit had selected a bride for him and they were married in the ward last week. The work unit has also found him an appropriate new job and an apartment equipped with many aids for his handicaps. The doctor made no mention of the new wife's feelings in this matter. I asked if it was his belief that all psychological problems come from such external factors. Couldn't the victim's own thoughts and fears about his appearance cause psychological distress? '" One of my colleagues asked another doctor if all these theories Â < previous page < previous page page_29 page_3 next page > next page > Page 3 1.