Aids

Aids

by Peter Aggleton
     
 

ISBN-10: 1850007632

ISBN-13: 9781850007630

Pub. Date: 01/02/1990

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Contains many of the papers given at the 3rd conference on Social Aspects of AIDS which took place at South Bank Polytechnic in February 1989. The conference's themes emphasized the individual, cultural and policy dimensions of HIV disease.  See more details below

Overview

Contains many of the papers given at the 3rd conference on Social Aspects of AIDS which took place at South Bank Polytechnic in February 1989. The conference's themes emphasized the individual, cultural and policy dimensions of HIV disease.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781850007630
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
01/02/1990
Series:
Social Aspects of AIDS Series
Pages:
276
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.75(d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Ch. 1Reputedly Effective Risk Reduction Strategies and Gay Men1
Ch. 2HIV-Related Discrimination in Medical Teaching Texts20
Ch. 3Travel, Sexual Behaviour and Gay Men35
Ch. 4Sexual Behaviour in Gay Men: Towards a Sociology of Risk55
Ch. 5Framing Difference: Sexuality, AIDS and Organization68
Ch. 6Towards Effective Intervention: Evaluating HIV Prevention and Sexual Health Education Interventions90
Ch. 7Communities, Governments and AIDS: Making Partnerships Work109
Ch. 8Socially Apart Youth: Priorities for HIV Prevention118
Ch. 9Theorizing and Researching 'Risk': Notes on the Social Relations of Risk in Heroin Users' Lifestyles125
Ch. 10Sex, Love and Seropositivity: Balancing the Risks144
Ch. 11One of Us, One of Them, or One of Those? The Construction of Identity and Sexuality in Relation to HIV/AIDS159
Ch. 12Sexuality, Identity and Community - Reflections on the MESMAC Project172
Ch. 13Discourses of Power and Empowerment in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS in Africa194
Notes on Contributors223
Index228

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