HIV/AIDS Global Frontiers in Prevention/Intervention

ISBN-10: 0415953839

ISBN-13: 9780415953832

Edition: 2009

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Description: This is a reader that seeks to address the need for a comprehensive resource for the social, political, gendered and biomedical implications of HIV/AIDS. This volume will include well known works on the subject as well as new articles specifically written for the book. This reader would target a wide audience across several disciplines including politics, sociology and bioethics.

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List price: $69.95
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 9/23/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 600
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.222
Language: English

List of illustrations
Globalization, Vulnerability, and the Response to HIV and AIDS
Global Convergences: Emerging Issues in HIV Risk, Prevention, and Treatment
Addressing the 'Risk Environment' for Injection Drug Users: The Mysterious Case of the Missing Cop
Inside and Out: Incarceration, HIV/AIDS, and Public Health in the United States
Drug Use, Syringe Sharing, and HIV Risk in the People's Republic of China
The Role of Drug Users in the Brazilian HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Patterns, Perceptions, and Prevention
Gender and HTV: Reflecting Back, Moving Forward
The Hard Science of Hard Risks in Women's HIV Prevention: Making Biology Part of the Context
HIV/AIDS Prevention Programming with 'Traditional' Sex Workers in Rural India: Challenges for the Empowerment Approach in Community-Sanctioned Sex Work Environments
The Challenges of HIV/AIDS in Ukraine
Homosexual Repression and AIDS in Post-Soviet Central Asia
'African Sexualities' Revisited: The Morality of Sexuality and Gender in the Era of Globalization and AIDS in Tanzania
Best Practice Example from the Philippines: A Low-Level Prevalence Country and the Male 'Bridge' Population
Looking Inside the Pill Bottle: The Evolution of HTV Antiretroviral Combination Drug Therapy
Microbicides: Revolutionizing HIV Prevention?
Current Perspectives on the Neuropsychology of HIV
Overview of Adherence to Antiretroviral Therapies
Adherence Masters: Reaching for Perfection in ART Adherence
A Social Contextual Perspective to Optimize the Prevention and Control of STI/HIV among Adolescents
Evidence-Based Community Interventions: The Community Readiness Model
Barriers to Care among HIV-positive Haitians: An Examination of Sociocultural Factors
The Evolution of the ABC Strategy of HIV Prevention in Uganda: Domestic and International Implications
The Role of South African Traditional Health Practitioners in HIV/AIDS Prevention and Treatment
HIV, Public Health, and Social Justice: Reflections on the Ethics and Politics of Health Care
AIDS and the Politics of Violence
Lessons from the Latin American AIDS Epidemic
Rollout and Rationing: Providing Antiretroviral Therapy in South Africa
Understanding the Making of National HIV/AIDS Policies: The Critical Role of Health Care Institutions in the U.S. and U.K.
Barriers to HIV/AIDS Medical Care among HIV-infected Latinos Residing along the U.S.-Mexico Border
The Utility of 'Old' and 'New' Media as Tools for HIV Prevention
Photographic Images, HIV/AIDS, and Shifting Subjectivities in South Africa
Sex, Soap, and Social Change: The Sabido Methodology of Behavior Change Communication
A Cambodian Story of a Global Epidemic
The Epidemiology of HTV among Conflict-Affected and Displaced Populations: Current Concepts
The Potential for PTSD, Substance Use, and HIV Risk Behavior among Adolescents Exposed to Natural Disasters: Implications for Hurricane Katrina Survivors
Africa's Globalization: Colonial Labor Economy, Migration, and HIV/AIDS
Mobile Populations, Vulnerability, and HIV/AIDS in a Globalized World: The Case of the English-Speaking Caribbean
Framing HIV Prevention Discourse to Encompass the Complexities of War in Northern Uganda
Multiplicity of Meaning: Living with HIV/AIDS
A Word to Policymakers and Pilgrims"
Mending the Safety Net: Women Community Activists in AIDS-Affected Regions of East Africa
Back to Nima
Resilience and Meaning in Caregiving for Children Living with HIV/AIDS in Togo
Globalization and Interacting Large-Scale Processes and How They May Affect the HTV/AIDS Epidemic
Feelings, Bodies, Places: New Directions for Geographies of HIV/AIDS
A Global Clinic? Prevention, Treatment, and the Problem of Scale in the World Health Organization's 3X5 Antiretroviral Treatment Program
Towards an Interdisciplinary Research Agenda on HTV/AIDS in the Middle East and North Africa: New Directions for the Age of Globalization
Viropolitics: How HTV Produces Therapeutic Globalization
The Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic: A timeline of key milestones
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