AIDS Prevention and Services: Community Based Research

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1.
A farm worker is anyone who earns more than one-half of his or her annual income from agricultural labor. A migrant farm worker travels across county or state lines to seek or perform agricultural labor and spends more than 24 hours away from home. A seasonal farm worker performs agricultural labor but is not absent overnight from place of residence.
2.
One of the first studies of seroprevalence among migrant farm workers was conducted in North Carolina by Rodman et al. ( 1988).
3.
Telephone interviews with Audrea Woodruff, Special Office on AIDS Prevention, Michigan Department of Public Health, Lansing, Michigan, June 19 and 20, 1989.
4.
I wish to thank Gloria Mattey, Zully Westrate, Linda Budnick, Lydia Loredo, Gloria Carrasco de Vorhauer, and Anthony Espinoza for providing information on the seroprevalence of migrants in Michigan.
5.
I wish to thank Margaret Bohner, America Bracho de Carpio, Jenny Morales, Irene Garcia-Solis, Rita Sobel, and Chris Flores for information on AIDS initiatives in Michigan prior to 1988.
6.
These agencies were United Migrant Opportunity Services ("led agency"), Illinois Migrant Council, Minnesota Migrant Council, Nebraska Association of Farm Workers, Michigan Economics for Human Development.
7.
Portions of Vida Latina's AIDS curriculum are described in Bracho de Carpio, Carpio-Cedraro, and Anderson ( 1990).
8.
This proverb was the second most frequent of 16 proverbs comprising the top 20 percent of a set of 3,485 proverbs collected by Mark Glazer from 1950 to 1970, then amplified and updated in 1979 by Glazer ( 1987:xi-xv).
9.
Except for Cindy, the prostitute, whose errors in Spanish "mark" her as marginal to the video's focus on Latino culture.
10.
Camps receiving prearranged presentations were among 76 camps "reached" more than 82 times in 1989 (N = more than 1,000 farm workers) and 180 camps "reached" more than 218 times in 1990 (N = more than 2,300 farm workers).
11.
All translations are by the author. The Spanish version is not included, in the interest of space.
12.
Estrangement and separation, for example, often occur between a gay son and his family, especially when AIDS enters the picture, for both Anglos ( Lang 1991:68-69) and Latinos alike ( Anthony Espinoza, 1989, 1990, personal communication).
13.
All quotations are translated from Spanish, unless otherwise indicated.
14.
Pedro uses the second person vos form, which is common in some areas of Mexico, in talking with his wife (e.g., cálmate vos).
15.
The author has observed and verified, through responses to his questions, this practice of nonmigrant women's "visiting" the camps.

REFERENCES

Amaro Hortensia. 1988. "Considerations for Prevention of HIV Infection Among Hispanic Women". Psychology of Women Quarterly 12( 4):429-443.

Barger Ken, and Ernesto Reza. 1984. "Survey of Midwestern Farmworkers." Department of Anthropology, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN. (Files of author.)

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