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Stigma Management Among Gay/Bisexual Men with HIV/AIDS
People with HIV infection are subjected to prejudice, discrimination and hostility related to the stigmatization of AIDS. To manage the stigma of their disease, they mount complex coping strategies.Expand
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Doing Syringe Exchange: Organizational Transformation and Volunteer Commitment
The authors examine the organizational transformation of Prevention Point, the San Francisco-based syringe exchange program. Their purposes are to explore the processes of organizational change,Expand
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The Health Benefits of Secondary Syringe Exchange
From a process evaluation, participants in San Francisco's syringe exchange program (SEP) are described. Three groups, primary, secondary, and nonexchangers, were interviewed for a total of 244 studyExpand
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How Values Shape and Are Shaped by Nonprofit and Voluntary Organizations
To advance understanding of the relationship between values and organizations, this review synthesizes classic and recent organizational and sociological research, including this symposium’s articlesExpand
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Street Codes in High School: School as an Educational Deterrent
Elsewhere we have documented how conflict between adolescents in the streets shapes conflict in the schools. Here we consider the impact of street codes on the culture and environment of the schoolsExpand
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Old Structures, New Relations: How Community Development Credit Unions Define Organizational Boundaries
Studies of organizational dynamics examine the manner in which an organization's immediate environment defines the “rules and requirements to which individual organizations must conform in order toExpand
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In Changing Times: Gay Men and Lesbians Encounter HIV/AIDS
The HIV/AIDS epidemic has been a major catastrophe for gay communities. In less that two decades, the disease has profoundly altered the lives of gay men and lesbians. HIV has become an opportunisticExpand
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Embedded Systems: The Case of HIV/AIDS Nonprofit Organizations in New York City
In this paper the notion of an embedded system is developed as an analytic model to examine how state–nonprofit relations develop and become differentiated, using the case of HIV/AIDS nonprofitExpand
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School Violence: The Bidirectional Conflict Flow Between Neighborhood and School
In this article we explore the interrelationship between school and neighborhood violence through an ethnographic study conducted over a two‐year period in a New York City middle school. This articleExpand
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