Women families and hiv aids a sociological perspective on the epidemic in america cambridge cambridge university press 1999 1895 paper back to top. This book examines the position of women in the human immunodeficiency virus hiv epidemic in a sociocultural context including women with hiv and those who must care for hiv infected family members it contains 7 chapters which consider the following aspects epidemiology risk transmission and natural history of hiv disease in women and children female reproductive health and sexuality. Women families hiv aids a sociological perspective on the epidemic in america is a helpful tool and guide to understanding the larger dimensions of the disease for layman and specialist alike a u. In this journal journal home browse journal current issue. Carole campbell examines the position of women in the aids epidemic women living with hiv and the growing number of women caring for hiv infected family members in a sociocultural context the early male profile of the aids epidemic has given rise to education and prevention programs based upon the needs of males
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