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One day this will all be over : Growing up with HIV in an Eastern Zimbabwean Town.

Author: Ross Parsons
Publisher: Oxford : Weaver Press, 2012.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Ross Parsons has been working with HIV-positive children in Mutare since 2005. As a child psychotherapist, he was interested in exploring how a therapeutic group, meeting regularly, might offer a way of elaborating and meeting their needs. His account of these experiences is presented as a rare blend of anthropological and psychotherapeutic approaches to the study of children, and he is candid about the close, even  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Parsons, Ross.
One day this will all be over : Growing up with HIV in an Eastern Zimbabwean Town.
Oxford : Weaver Press, ©2012
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ross Parsons
ISBN: 9781779222015 1779222017
OCLC Number: 900346087
Description: 1 online resource (262 pages)
Contents: Cover page; title page; copyright page; contents; preface and acknowledgements; 1. introduction: growing up with hiv in urban, eastern zimbabwe; 2. in this vale of tears: an ethnography of suffering and sorrow; 3. who cares?: family, kin and other forms of caring; 4. visible secrets: illnesses, exposure and disclosure; 5. if i had faith: churches, spirits and healing; 6. one day this will all be over: dying, death and grief; 7. the heart remains: an epilogue; bibliography.

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Psychotherapy and ethnography are jointly employed to produce an account of HIV-positive children's lives (and deaths) in Zimbabwe that is sensitive to emotions and their social contexts.  Read more...

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Provides a detailed and painfully engaging portrayal of the lives of HIV-positive children, with insights essential for assessing existing treatment and care programs. AFRICAN STUDIES QUARTERLY

 
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