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HIV and AIDS-related stigma and discrimination: a conceptual framework and implications for action.
Internationally, there has been a recent resurgence of interest in HIV and AIDS-related stigma and discrimination, triggered at least in part by growing recognition that negative social responses toExpand
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Structural approaches to HIV prevention
Recognition that social, economic, political, and environmental factors directly affect HIV risk and vulnerability has stimulated interest in structural approaches to HIV prevention. Progress in theExpand
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HIV/AIDS-related Stigma and Discrimination: A Conceptual Framework and Agenda for Action
The purpose of this paper is to propose a new conceptual framework to help inform thinking about the processes of stigma and discrimination (S&D) about the way these processes relate to HIV/AIDS andExpand
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HIV-related stigmatization and discrimination: Its forms and contexts
Abstract For more than two decades, HIV-related stigmatization, discrimination and denial have characterized the pandemic and presented a major challenge to the effectiveness of prevention, care andExpand
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Stigma, HIV/AIDS and Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission in Zambia
Abstract This report evaluates the extent of perceived and enacted HIV/AIDS-related stigma in a rural setting in Zambia. Stigmatisation is abundant, ranging from subtle actions to the most extremeExpand
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Uganda: HIV and AIDS-related Discrimination, Stigmatization and Denial
In India as elsewhere AIDS is perceived as a disease of "others" -- of people living on the margins of society whose lifestyles are considered "perverted" and "sinful." Discrimination stigmatizationExpand
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'Telling the truth is the best thing': teenage orphans' experiences of parental AIDS-related illness and bereavement in Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe is one of the countries most affected by HIV/AIDS, and as elsewhere in southern Africa, the impact on children and young people living in affected households is significant. Loss is highlyExpand
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Working with young people - towards an agenda for sexual health
In this paper we outline key elements of a human rights-based framework for sexual health promotion that takes account of young people's needs and interests. This framework is located against theExpand
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“Just a Snip”?: A Social History of Male Circumcision
  • P. Aggleton
  • Medicine
  • Reproductive health matters
  • 1 January 2007
THE last seven years have seen growing advocacy for male circumcision as a means of HIV prevention commencing first among public health specialists working mainly in the USA then among some of thoseExpand
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HIV testing among men who have sex with men (MSM): systematic review of qualitative evidence.
We conducted a systematic review of qualitative evidence relating to the views and attitudes of men who have sex with men (MSM) concerning testing for HIV. Studies conducted in high-income countriesExpand
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