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KCI등재 학술저널

차별속의 차별

정신장애인 차별에 대한 분배와 인정의 관점에서

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This study was aimed at examining discrimination against people with mental illness, from the perspective of distribution and recognition, and providing basic data that can contribute to changes in the policies of people with mental illness by reexamining the position of people with mental illness in society. This study was carried out on the basis of systematic literature research, with the aim of clarifying discrimination against people with mental illness in terms of distribution and recognition. In terms of distribution, people with mental illness are excluded from fair distribution of resources and opportunities, such as employment, vocational rehabilitation, income security, daily life support services, and community infrastructure. In addition, people with mental illness are excluded from society because they are recognized as “others” and are in a situation where they are repeatedly ignored and stigmatized even in the media. Fair distribution and social and cultural recognition are two pillars of both dimensions that underpin understanding of the discrimination against people with mental illness, and neither side can be overlooked. Although distribution and recognition have independent axes, they have been confirmed to overlap and to be cyclical, with a major impact on people with mental illness. Research on people with mental illness from multiple perspectives is also required in future socio-structural contexts.

Ⅰ. 서 론

Ⅱ. 장애와 차별

Ⅲ. 분배에서의 차별: 자원과 기회에서의 배제

Ⅳ. 인정에서의 차별: 무시와 낙인 그리고 정체성

Ⅴ. 결론 및 논의

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