AIDS, Drugs, and Prevention: Perspectives on Individual and Community Action

By Tim Rhodes; Richard Hartnoll | Go to book overview
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Contents
List of figures ix
List of tables x
Contributors xi
Acknowledgements xvi
1 Individual and community action in HIV prevention: an introduction Tim Rhodes1
2 Health promotion and the facilitation of individual change: the case of syringe distribution and exchange Gerry V. Stimson and Martin C. Donoghoe10
3 Americans and syringe exchange: roots of resistance John K. Watters22
4 AIDS prevention and drug policy: dilemmas in the local environment Richard Hartnoll and Dagmar Hedrich42
5 ‘“E” types and dance divas’: gender research and community prevention Sheila Henderson66
6 Gay community oriented approaches to safer sex Graham Hart86
7 Prostitution and peer education: beyond HIV Marina Barnard and Neil McKeganey103
8 Save sex/save lives: evolving modes of activism Cindy Patton118
9 The process of drug injection: applying ethnography to the study of HIV risk among IDUs Stephen Koester133

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