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Catholic Ethicists on HIV/AIDS Prevention

ISBN-10: 0826412300

ISBN-13: 9780826412300

Edition: 2000

Authors: James F. Keenan, Lisa Sowle Cahill, Jon Fuller, Kevin T. Kelly, Keenan

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This volume presents case studies of HIV/AIDS to highlight the complexity of HIV prevention and treatment. It also examines the moral issues involved and asserts that the Roman Catholic moral tradition can help in HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment.
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Book details

List price: $39.95
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic & Professional
Publication date: 5/1/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

About the Book
Introduction: At the End of the First Generation of HIV Prevention
Standing with the Marginalized by Bringing Forth Their Truth
An Irish Nun Living with Contradictions: Responding to HIV/AIDS in the Context of Church Teaching
A Woman Confronts Social Stigma in Uganda
Encountering a Brazilian Man Abandoned in His Illness
As AIDS Just Emerges in Bangladesh
Listening in England to a Woman's Life Experience
Taking Culture Seriously
Recognizing the Reality of African Religion in Tanzania
Unmaking a Hidden Epidemic Among First Nation Communities in Canada
HIV/AIDS among Desert Nomads in Kenya
Come, Ye Disconsolate: American Black Catholics, Their Church, and HIV/AIDS
Revealing and Critiquing Inequities
Condoms, Coups, and the Ideology of Prevention: Facing Failure in Rural Haiti
Preventing HIV Transmission to Neonates in the United States
"I Fed You With Milk": Missionary Morals in Brazil in a Time of AIDS
Women and Children's Risks of Contracting HIV in Costa Rica
Developing Educational Programs
Educating for HIV Prevention in a Medical School in Colombia
Teaching about HIV Prevention in an American Catholic College Classroom
Fighting AIDS in a Society Where We Egyptians Don't Talk about It
The Struggles of the Edinburgh HIV Prevention Program: Local Theology and External Pressure
Establishing U.S. Campus-Based HIV/AIDS Awareness and Prevention Programs
Using the Principle of Cooperation
Needle Exchange in San Juan, Puerto Rico: A Traditional Roman Catholic Casuistic Approach
An American Catholic Hospital Sponsors a Support Group for Gay Men
A Catholic Hospital in India Is Asked to Cooperate with an HIV Prevention Program
Counseling
Differences in Confessional Advice in South Africa
When Fidelity and Justice Clash: Testing the Limits of Confidentiality in Australia
Australian Parents of Young Gays and Lesbians: Support and Protection
A Spaniard Resists Disclosing His HIV Status to His Girlfriend
An HIV-Infected Italian Woman Seeking to Have Children
Progress in the Moral Tradition
Catholic Medical Ethics: A Tradition Which Progresses
AIDS, Justice, and the Common Good
Casuistry and AIDS: A Reflection on the Catholic Tradition
From Responsible to Meaningful Sexuality: An Ethics of Growth as an Ethics of Mercy for Young People in this Era of AIDS
The Reign of God: Signposts for Catholic Moral Theology
Conclusion: A Moral Theologian Faces the New Millennium in a Time of AIDS
About the Authors
Index