that "Gay tourists... likely did not bring the disease to Haiti," but that "HTLV-III may have possibly come to Africa with Haitian elites, and in AIDS we may be seeing the spread of a New World disease."
6.
The theories that describe Haiti as a "gay Mecca" (e.g., Moore and LeBaron 1986) and those that suggest that homosexuality is particularly stigmatized in Haiti have been questioned, and I believe rightly so, by Murray ( 1987).
7.
Cited in the front page of the New York Times, July 31, 1983.
8.
Cited in ibid., p. 50.
9.
All informants' names are pseudonyms, as are "Do Kay" and "Ba Kay." Other geographical designations are as cited.
10.
Although reiteration by no means ensures truthfulness, it should be noted that Manno gave me identical accounts on three different occasions.
11.
Cited in Life, August 1987, p. 62.
12.
From the Miami News, August 10, 1983, p. 1.
13.
From the Miami News, November 1, 1986. The man, who was being held in the INS detention center in South Dade County, was to be deported on charges of drug trafficking.
14.
Dr. Jean Claude Desgranges, cited on p. 2A of the May 24, 1983 edition of the Miami News.
15.
It should be noted, however, that the majority of the legislation advanced in the late 1980's was to undermine the rights of those infected with HIV infected with HIV.In most cases, these bills have not been enacted as law.

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Albert Edward. 1986. "Illness and Deviance: The Response of the Press to AIDS". In The Social Dimensions of AIDS: Method and Theory, pp. 163-78. Douglas Feldman and Thomas Johnson, eds. New York: Praeger.

Asad Talal. 1975. Introduction to Anthropology and the Colonial Encounter, pp. 9-19. Talal Asad, ed. London: Ithaca Press.

Bateson Mary Catherine, and Richard Goldsby. 1988. Thinking AIDS: The Social Response to the Biological Threat. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

Berreman Gerald. 1981. The Politics of Truth: Essays in Critical Anthropology. New Delhi: South Asian Publishers.

Casper Virginia. 1986. "AIDS: A Psychosocial Perspective". In The Social Dimensions of AIDS: Method and Theory, pp. 197-209. Douglas Feldman and Thomas Johnson, eds., New York: Praeger.

Centers for Disease Control. 1982. "Opportunistic infections and Kaposi's sarcoma among Haitians in the United States". Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 31:353-54, 360-61.

Chaze William. 1983. "In Haiti, a view of life at the bottom". US News and World Report 95( 18):41-42.

Chen Kwan-Hwa, and Gerald Murray. 1976. "Truths and Untruths in Village Haiti: An Experiment in Third World Survey Research". In Culture, Natality, and Family Planning, pp. 241-62. John Marshall and Steven Polgar, eds. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.

Collaborative Study Group of AIDS in Haitian-Americans. 1987. "Risk factors for AIDS among Haitians residing the United States: Evidence of heterosexual transmission". Journal of the American Medical Association 257( 5):635-39.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Chapter One - Introduction: Culture and Aids 1
  • Chapter Two - Aids in Cultural, Historic, and Epidemiologic Context 9
  • Notes 23
  • References 24
  • Chapter Three - the Sick Role, Stigma, and Pollution: the Case of Aids 29
  • Notes 42
  • References 43
  • Chapter Four - Assessing Viral, Parasitic, and Sociocultural Cofactors Affecting Hiv-1 Transmission in Rwanda 45
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  • Chapter Five - Aids and the Pathogenesis of Metaphor 55
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  • References 65
  • Chapter Six - Aids and Accusation: Haiti, Haitians, and the Geography of Blame 67
  • Notes 88
  • References 89
  • Chapter Seven - Prostitute Women and the Ideology of Work in London 93
  • Notes 108
  • References 109
  • Chapter Eight Minority Women and Aids: Culture, Race, and Gender 111
  • Notes 128
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  • Chapter Nine Language and Aids 137
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  • Chapter Ten Aids and Obituaries: the Perpetuation of Stigma in the Press 159
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  • Chapter Eleven Sex, Politics, and Guilt: A Study of Homophobia and the Aids Phenomenon 169
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  • Chapter Twelve Increasing the Cost of Living: Class and Exploitation in the Delivery of Social Services to Persons with Aids 183
  • Notes 198
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  • Chapter Thirteen Postscript: Anthropology and Aids 205
  • Note 208
  • References 208
  • Index 209
  • ABOUT THE EDITOR AND CONTRIBUTORS 215
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