Promoting the "social" in the examination of social stigmas.

@article{Hebl2005PromotingT,
  title={Promoting the "social" in the examination of social stigmas.},
  author={Michelle Mikki R Hebl and John F. Dovidio},
  journal={Personality and social psychology review : an official journal of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Inc},
  year={2005},
  volume={9 2},
  pages={156-82}
}
This review highlights the value of empirical investigations examining actual interactions that occur between stigmatizers and targets, and is intended to stimulate and help guide research of this type. We identify trends in the literature demonstrating that research studying ongoing interactions between stigmatizers and targets is relatively less common than in the past. Interactive studies are challenging, complex, and have variables that are sometimes more difficult to control; yet, they… CONTINUE READING

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