Understanding Stigma in the Context of Nonsuicidal Self-Injury
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Non-suicidal self-injury, the harm done to oneself without intent to die, is a prevalent and highly stigmatised behaviour. This thesis contributes to our understanding of self-injury stigma by proposing a novel theoretical model and a comprehensive measure of self-injury stigma. Together, the NSSI Framework and Self-Injury Stigma Scales offer robust tools to inform and stimulate future research and contribute meaningfully and productively to the reduction of self-injury stigma.
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