In the process of knowing : making sense of HIV and AIDS in the Trobriand Islands of Papua New Guinea
Concurrent with the global spread of HIV, the human immunodeficiency virus, are multiple ways of comprehending the retrovirus as different knowledge and belief systems converge and interact. Biomedical and epidemiological models of disease, risk, and behaviour change, and the sexual moralities these models impute, influence the interpretive process of making sense of HIV and AIDS in diverse cultural contexts, potentially affecting the capacity to articulate local knowledge and form...[Show more]
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