Staff may And sexual behaviours easier and safer to ignore, and perhaps even pathologise
The publication of evidence with flaws is being used globally to deter women from choosing midwifery-led options, such as homebirth, and to pathologise
and demonise normal childbirth.
There was no escaping the medical model in hospital 'and you buy into what you're told; you pathologise
Her perspectives are located within gender-normative codes which pathologise
female bodies by stigmatising.
There has been an increase in employers locating work-related stress and depression with the employee; putting an emphasis on workplace programmes that inadvertently pathologise
the employee, with a view to making them more adaptable to the environment, whilst neglecting any scrutiny of the very environment that may be contributing to the person's distress.
They need information that doesn't pathologise
the condition or make it seem damaging or dangerous and they need reassurance they are not alone.
Through the trajectory of Hollywood's lesbian discourse, the book explores not only sexual presentation and gender performance in film, but also how concepts such as frigidity, homosociality, motherhood, domesticity and career ambition were deployed to pathologise
lesbianism and bolster the Cold War sexual agenda.
This is a normal response to an abnormal pathologise
situation' Do not Do not facilitate emotional reactions by e.
Using the case study of Thomas Beattie, a transman who has since given birth to two children, Riggs challenged the focus on bodies to legitimise identity and the ways in which the uncoupling of bodies and identity can marginalise and pathologise
They take exception to those who base their arguments on superficial understanding of the issues to pathologise
and demonise Islam and the Muslim culture.
Nevertheless, even if Cargo cult phenomena are assimilated to stereotypes of Western confusion and to products of Western petit-Bourgeois culture, or to colonial agents' ethylic imagination intended to pathologise
Melanesian cultures to better repress them, Jebens concedes that despite their 'uncertain and confusing ethnographic reality itself .
Furthermore, it is unlikely that Douglas intended to pathologise
the reader, with the strength-based approach utilised throughout the book minimising the risk of such negative effects.