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Facing a Disruptive Face: Embodiment in the Everyday Experiences of “Disfigured” Individuals
Facial discrimination: Living with a disfigured face - CNN
BY Nicola Middlemiss 09 Jun Applicants with a facial scar, disfigurement or birthmark are being discriminated against in the recruitment process and one charity says the only way to end it is by breaking down taboos. Face equality at work adviser Sally Mbewe works with the charity Changing Faces — she says this behaviour is not necessarily something HR professionals do on purpose. The charity recently conducted a survey of facially disfigured jobseekers — 46 per cent said an interviewer seemed uncomfortable with their appearance and 55 per cent said colleagues treated them differently. While the issue might seem a relatively uncommon one, more than 1.
Facial discrimination: Living with a disfigured face
Human Studies. In recent years, facial difference is increasingly on the public and academic agenda. This is evidenced by the growing public presence of individuals with an atypical face, and the simultaneous emergence of research investigating the issues associated with facial variance.
Sign in. PG min Biography, Drama. When a prestigious doctor takes on the task of studying a deformed gentlemen known as "the Elephant Man", he finds that the man is quite personable and intelligent.