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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Global HIV/AIDS politics, policy and activism.
Santa Barbara, California : Praeger, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC, 2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Raymond A Smith
|Description:||1 online resource : illustrations, maps|
|Contents:||Volume 1. Politics and government. introduction: politics, policy, and activism in the fourth decade of AIDS --
Part 1: The global and transnational politics of HIV prevention and treatment. The troubled path to HIV/AIDS universal treatment access: snatching defeat from the jaws of victory? --
Sustainability in the post-PEPFAR Period: examples from Botswana, Ethiopia, and South Africa --
The new deal for the global AIDS response: evidence and human rights-based legal environments: the Global Commission on HIV and the Law --
The politics of global health diplomacy: conceptual, theoretical, and empirical lessons from the United States, Southeast Asia, and Latin America --
The "dirty work" of public health: politics, policy, prejudice, and human rights in a time of HIV/AIDS --
The subtle politics of AIDS: values, bias, and persistent errors in HIV prevention --
Part 2: Country- and regional-level politics of HIV prevention and treatment. The HIV response in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region: an epidemic and its dilemmas --
The diagonal approach: programming to combat HIV while strengthening primary health care systems in Africa --
Funding HIV prevention, treatment, and care in the United States: the limits of politics in responding to a deadly epidemic --
A national HIV prevention strategy for the United States: troubling echoes of earlier VD control programs --
Understanding Brazil's strategic response to HIV/AIDS: history, politics, and international relations --
More are testing positive, but is everything negative? Russia and the HIV epidemic --
HIV prevention in the West African context: barriers and facilitators in Ghana --
A people-centered approach to the links among HIV/AIDS, conflicts, and security in Colombia. Volume 2: Policy and policymaking. Introduction: politics, policy, and activism in the fourth decade of AIDS --
Part 1: Global and transnational policy debates over HIV prevention and treatment. The shifting sands of intellectual property law and policy: implications for the future of HIV treatment and public health --
Medical circumcision and the politics of no alternative: why the public health imperative scored a victory against HIV/AIDS --
Count us in: the need for more comprehensive global data on HIV/AIDS prevention, testing, and knowledge among LGBT populations --
Promoting HIV prevention and research with men who have sex with men (MSM) through U.S. foreign policy --
HIV/AIDS-related stigma as the root of HIV criminalization and bias against sex workers --
Part 2: Country- and regional-level policy debates over HIV prevention and treatment. Public engagement and policymaking for caregiving children of the HIV epidemic in Sub-Saharan Africa --
The intersection of disability and HIV in Eastern and Southern Africa --
A Chinese-style AIDS exceptionalist paradigm: reflection on China's recent HIV/AIDS policy reform --
The medicalization of HIV/AIDS policy: the case of India --
HIV/AIDS and alcohol risks in Cambodia: confronting challenges and policymaking through research-guided actions --
"You know what a bad person you are?" HIV, abortion, and reproductive health care for women in South Africa --
Constraints on the potential effectiveness of HIV/AIDS early treatment policy in South Africa --
HIV prevention fatigue and HIV complacency: ongoing challenges in advanced industrialized nations --
HIV prevention policies at the intersection of gender, race, and class in the United States. Volume 3: Activism and community mobilization. Introduction: politics, policy, and activism in the fourth decade of AIDS. --
Part 1: Global and transnational HIV/AIDS activism and community mobilization. Social movement responses to HIV/AIDS in the United States and globally: intersecting chronological, strategic, and health movement frames --
AIDS treatment advocacy in the United States, Brazil, and South Africa: diverse actors, strategies, and sectors --
Discord and harmony in biomedical HIV prevention technologies: advancements through advocacy --
Building "HIV/AIDS-competent communities" in resource-poor settings: creating contexts that enable effective community mobilization --
Citizen scientists and activist researchers: building and sustaining HIV prevention research advocacy in the "era of evidence" --
Contesting conspiracies: science, activism, and the ongoing battle against AIDS denialism --
Part 2: Country- and regional-level HIV/AIDS activism and community mobilization. The challenges of forming associations of people living with HIV in low-prevalence and high-stigma contexts: the case of Sudan and Lebanon --
How to exit an epidemic: philanthrocapitalism, community mobilization, and the domestication of sexual dissidence in South India --
Mobilizing men and boys in HIV Prevention and treatment: the Sonke Gender Justice experience in South Africa --
Crisis and chronicity: how treatment is changing activism in South Africa and beyond --
AIDS mobilization in Zambia: agency versus structural challenges --
From dissidence to partnership and back to confrontation again? the current predicament of Brazilian HIV/AIDS activism --
The NGO-ization of HIV/AIDS activism in Mexico: not so scandalous after all? --
Children, HIV, stigma, and activism in the UK: treading the line between innocence and vulnerability, vice and virtue --
"we are not criminals": activists addressing the criminalization of HIV nondisclosure in canada --
Community mobilization, community planning, and community-based research for HIV prevention in the United States --
Diversifying AIDS activism: lessons learned from ACT UP/Philadelphia.
|Responsibility:||Raymond A. Smith, editor.|
"Forty-five original essays address these topics broadly in the global/transnational setting and then more specifically at the country and regional level... Recommended." - Choice "The set shares
- AIDS (Disease)
- HIV infections.
- Public health -- International cooperation.
- Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome -- prevention & control.
- HIV Infections -- prevention & control.
- Health Policy.
- International Cooperation.
- Public Health.
- POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Security.
- POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Services & Welfare.