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

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Index

a
Abdul-Quader, A.S. et al. 177, 217
ACT UP 118, 120, 128, 131
Adam, B. 220
Adams, J. 149
ADAPT see Association for Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment
Adler, P. 133
Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD) 149, 158
African American community, resistance in 30-2
Agar, M. 133
Aggleton, P. 86
AIDS 36, 42, 60, 103, 113, 118-19, 122, 124, 125, 161, 162, 164, 230;
and drug abuse 22-3;
and drug policy developments 47-50;
emergence of 43-4, 57;
and gay community 87-93;
incidence of 86-7;
interpretation of prevention messages 196-7;
intervention strategies 190-8;
as metaphor of genocidal fears 32;
prevention materials distribution 210
AIDS Follow-up Assessment (AFA) questionnaire 224
AIDS Initial Assessment (AIA) questionnaire 224
AIDS Strategic monitor 87
Altman, D. 131, 220
American Tobacco Institute 38
amphetamine 68
Anlin, C. 147
Ashton, J. and Seymour, H. 1, 3
Associated Press 36
Association for Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) 204, 223
Atkins, and Beschner, 187
AZT 122, 132

b
Balding, J. 66
Bandura, B. 5
Barnard, M.A. 104, 107, 207
Bean, P. and Wilkinson, C. 155
Beck, U. 150
Becker, H.S. 15, 186
Becker, M.H. and Joseph, J.G. 216
behavioural change 1-3, 161, 162-5;
collective organising for 220-1
Behavioural Counselling Model 188
Berger, J. 19
Beschner, G. 187, 188
Black Panthers 221
Blenheim Project 69
Bloor, M. 177;
et al. 105
Bluthenthal, R. 147
Booth, R. and Wiebel, W. 150, 202, 203
Bracht, N. 6
Broadhead, R.S., and Fox, K.J. 203, 218;
and Heckathorn, D.D. 201, 203, 206, 209
Broom, D. and Stevens, A. 69
Brown, B. and Beschner, G.M. 202
Buffum, J. and Moser, C. 72
Bunton, R. and MacDonald, G. 1
Burghardt, S. 224
Burrows, and Price, 221, 222
Burt, J. and Stimson, G.V. 14, 20, 150, 154
Buzolic, A. 23

c
Callen, M. and Berkowitz 122
cannabis 68
Carlson, G. and Needle, R. 205
Carlson, K.A. 204
Carlson, R.G. et al. 141

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