Privacy and Disclosure of HIV in Interpersonal Relationships: A Sourcebook for Researchers and Practitioners

By Kathryn Greene; Valerian J. Derlega et al. | Go to book overview

Subject Index

A
Accidental disclosure, see Unintentional disclosure
ACT UP, see Proactive behaviors
Adherence, 99, 147–149, 176
Alcohol, 157–158
Alternative disclosure messages, see also Vernacular tactics, 12, 116–119
Anger, 59, 190
Anticipated response to disclosure, see Reactions
Assault, see Sexual abuse and Violence
AZT, see Medical advances

B
Benefits, see Consequences
Betrayal, see Third party and Gossip
Blaming, see also Stigma, 44, 198
Body image, see also Eating disorders, 117, 164, 196
Boundary management, see also Communication Privacy Management
linkages, 17, 27, 84, 92, 100
ownership, 19, 20, 26, 28–30, 41, 57, 94, 168
permeability, 27, 160
Breakdown in informational control, 163–168

C
Caregiving, see also Social support, 147–150
Catharsis, see Self-gain
Celebrities, see Public Disclosure
Channel, see Mode
Children and disclosure, 71–72, 150–153, 191
plans for children's future, 72, 151–152, 154, 191
Closeness and relationships, see also Relationships, 53, 54
Communication difficulties, 189, 213
Communication Privacy Management, CPM, 2, 9–11, 17–35, 36, 178–180
boundary coordination, 25–30, 84, 124, 133, 162, see also Boundary management
boundary turbulence, 30–34, 93, 143
privacy rule development, 20–25
rule management system, 20–34
suppositions, 18–20
Condom, see also Sexual behavior, 7, 154–156, 157, 158, 211–212
Confidants, see also CPM and Social support, 27, 61, 127
Consequences, 9, 121–171
of disclosure, 125–160
of nondisclosure, 161–171
Content of disclosure message, see also Length and Directness, 110–116
Context, see Setting and Timing
Coping, 130–133
Courtesy stigma, see Stigma
Coworkers, disclosure to, see Relationships
Culture, 21, 74, 81–82, 177

D
Dating, see Relationships
Deception, 113, 130, 158, 162–163, 167

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