Interactive acquisition and sharing: Understanding the dynamics of HIV-AIDS information networks

@inproceedings{Veinot2009InteractiveAA,
  title={Interactive acquisition and sharing: Understanding the dynamics of HIV-AIDS information networks},
  author={Tiffany C. Veinot},
  year={2009}
}
HIV-AIDS information is an important resource for people affected by the disease, particularly information that they obtain from other people. Although existing studies reveal that people with HIV-AIDS (PHAs) rely extensively on personal relationships for HIV-AIDS information, they explain little about how this happens as a social process. To investigate how PHAs and their friends-family members acquire and share network-mediated HIV-AIDS information, semistructured, in-depth interviews were… CONTINUE READING

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