"They Used to Tell me That I'm no Better Than My Son"-Family Stigma Based on Intellectual Disability of a Family Member

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Buljevac, Marko; Leutar, Zdravka;
  • Publisher: Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences
  • Journal: Hrvatska revija za rehabilitacijska istraživanja,volume 53,issue 2 (issn: 1331-3010, eissn: 1848-7734)
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  • Subject: stigma obitelji; članovi obitelji osoba s intelektualnim teškoćama; gubitak socijalnog statusa | family stigma; family members of people with intellectual disability; loss of status in society

This paper is about family stigma arising from the intellectual disability of a family member. The aim of this study was to obtain insight into the perspectives of family members of people with various types of intellectual disabilities about family stigma. The research... View more
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