HIV and AIDS-related stigma and discrimination: a conceptual framework and implications for action.

@article{Parker2003HIVAA,
  title={HIV and AIDS-related stigma and discrimination: a conceptual framework and implications for action.},
  author={R. Parker and P. Aggleton},
  journal={Social science \& medicine},
  year={2003},
  volume={57 1},
  pages={
          13-24
        }
}
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 to the epidemic remain pervasive even in seriously affected communities. Yet, rarely are existing notions of stigma and discrimination interrogated for their conceptual adequacy and their usefulness in leading to the design of effective programmes and interventions. Taking as its starting point, the… Expand
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