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Miguel Munoz-Laboy; Jonathan Garcia; Joyce Moon-Howard; Patrick A Wilson; Richard Parker
|Description:||viii, 163 pages : maps ; 26 cm|
|Contents:||1. Introduction: Religious responses to HIV and AIDS: Understanding the role of religious cultures and institutions in confronting the epidemic Miguel Munoz-Laboy, Jonathan Garcia, Joyce Moon-Howard, Patrick A. Wilson and Richard Parker 2. AIDS, religious enthusiasm and spiritual insecurity in Africa Adam Ashforth 3. Fighting down the scourge, building up the church: Organisational constraints in religious involvement with HIV/AIDS in Mozambique Victor Agadjanian and Cecilia Menjivar 4. Pentecostalism and AIDS treatment in Mozambique: Creating new approaches to HIV prevention through anti-retroviral therapy James Pfeiffer 5. Free love: A case study of church-run home-based caregivers in a high vulnerability setting Robin Root and Arnau van Wyngaard 6. Conflicts between conservative Christian institutions and secular groups in sub-Saharan Africa: Ideological discourses on sexualities, reproduction and HIV/AIDS Joanne E. Mantell, Jacqueline Correale, Jessica Adams-Skinner and Zena A. Stein 7. Civic/sanctuary orientation and HIV involvement among Chinese immigrant religious institutions in New York City John J. Chin, Min Ying Li, Ezer Kang, Elana Behar and Po Chun Chen 8. Ideologies of Black churches in New York City and the public health crisis of HIV among Black men who have sex with men Patrick A. Wilson, Natalie M. Wittlin, Miguel Munoz-Laboy and Richard Parker 9. Vulnerable salvation: Evangelical Protestant leaders and institutions, drug use and HIV and AIDS in the urban periphery of Rio de Janeiro Jonathan Garcia, Miguel Munoz-Laboy and Richard Parker 10. Blood, sweat and semen: The economy of axe and the response of Afro-Brazilian religions to HIV and AIDS in Recife Luis Felipe Rios, Cinthia Oliveira, Jonathan Garcia, Miguel Munoz-Laboy, Laura Murray and Richard Parker 11. A time for dogma, a time for the Bible, a time for condoms: Building a Catholic theology of prevention in the face of public health policies at Casa Fonte Colombo in Porto Alegre, Brazil Fernando Seffner, Jonathan Garcia, Miguel Munoz-Laboy and Richard Parker|
|Responsibility:||edited by Miguel Muñoz-Laboy [and others].|