This women-centred approach to analyzing the different impacts of the pandemic on women and men, and how HIV/AIDS function as a paradigm for other women's issues. Questions addressed include: what is the relationship between AIDS and women's health, sexuality and socio-economic status?; is there a feminist agenda on AIDS?; how have women been portrayed in discourse about the epidemic?; are women living with the virus treated differently from men?; and what activities put women at risk?.The information presented here incorporates pieces I wrote previously for NAM ( The AIDS Reference Manual), pp. 104-7; AIDS ... 288-9; F. D. ]ohnstone et al., a#39; Vertical HIV transmission in pregnancya#39;, letter, Lancet, 28 September 1991, 338 ( 8770), p. 289. ... Y. J. Bryson et al., a#39;Correspondence: proposed definitions for in utero versus intrapartum transmission of HIV-1a#39;, NE]M, 22 October 1992, 237 (17) , ppanbsp;...
|Title||:||Vamps, Virgins, and Victims|
|Publisher||:||Burns & Oates - 1996-01-01|