Stigma Stories: Rhetoric, Lived Experience, and Chronic Illness
Creators:Kessler, Molly Margaret
Subjects (LCSH):Stigma (Social psychology)
Gastrointestinal system -- Diseases
Chronically ill -- Social aspects
Chronic diseases -- Social aspects
Sociology of disability
Rhetoric -- Social aspects
Keywords:Language Arts & Disciplines / Rhetoric
Language Arts & Disciplines / Communication Studies
Social Science / People with Disabilities
Social Science / Sociology / General
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
Studying stigma: a rhetorical approach to stories and lived experience ; Rhetoric of stories, stigma, lived experiences ; Studying stigma stories ; Preview of chapters -- Listening for stigma: praxiographic solutions and stigma in practice ; Critiques of stigma research ; Praxiographic solutions ; Stigma in practice ; An ethical case for engaging stigma praxiographically -- Staging stigma: ostomies as worst-case scenarios ; Leaks, stigma, and visceral publics ; Worst-case scenarios: ostomies in public health campaigns ; Ostomies on TV: fear and disgust in popular media ; Staging stigma through fear ; Credibility enhanced through stigma ; Conclusion -- Protesting stigma: disruptive stories, temporality, and ostomies as lifesavers ; Temporality, disability, and progressions of experience ; Rejecting compulsory nostalgia: disruptive ostomy stories as protest ; Disruptive stories, disruptive timelines ; Complicating a two-sided story ; Conclusion -- Managing stigma: visual acts of resistance ; Normalcy, norms, and the impossibility of normalization ; Displaying ostomies and soliciting stares ; Visual rewards and risks: sexualizing disability ; Showing off ostomies and arriving at the destination of normal ; Conclusion -- Thinking with stories: toward stigma interventions ; The value of a praxiographic approach to stories ; Interventional insights ; Conducting entangled research.
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