media sensationalism stereotyping mental health

August 31, 2015

"The platform of mental health has never been stronger, with members of the public and politicians fighting for equal recognition with physical health. To continue this we need to reduce sensationalism in journalism. I do not blame the media exclusively for mental illness; on the contrary, it has done a lot of raise awareness. Yet like photoshop, journalism has created a distorted image of reality, and the potential casualties are beyond measure." Sophie Harrison, The Huffington Post

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