AIDS: Individual, Cultural and Policy Dimensions

AIDS: Individual, Cultural and Policy Dimensions

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  • Paperback | 285 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 14.73mm | 508g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 1138988421
  • 9781138988422

Table of contents

What science knows - formations of AIDS knowledge, Cindy Patton; safer sex as community practice, Simon Watney; AIDS invulnerability - relationships, sexual behaviour and attitudes among 16 to 19 year-olds, Dominic Abrams et al; blame and young people's moral judgements about AIDS, Stephen Clift et al; young people in independent schools, sexual behaviour and AIDS, Candace Currie; "adolescents", young people and AIDS research, Ian Warwick and Peter Aggleton; on male homosexual prostitution and HIV, Peter Davies and Paul Simpson; variation in sexual behaviour in gay men, Ray Fitzpatrick, John McLean et al; needle-exchange in historical context - responses to the drugs problem, Graham Hart; drug injectors' risk for HIV, Neil McKeganey and Marina Bernard; some observations on the sexual behaviour of injecting drug users - implications for the spread of HIV infection, Hilary Klee; AIDS education and women - sexual and reproductive issues, Diane Richardson; AIDS prevention strategies in Europe - a comparison and critical analysis, Hans Moerkerk and Peter Aggleton; the social organisation of HIV counselling, David Silverman; local authorities and AIDS related illness, Terry Cotton and Vijay Kumari; responses to AIDS - 1986-1987, Zoe Schramm- Evans; no one knew anything - some issues in British AIDS policy, Philip Strong and Virginia more