A high price to pay: for education, subsistence or a place in the job market
This chapter cursorily reviews a variety of evidence, mainly from Sub-Saharan Africa, related to the current incidence and speed of spread of HIV/AIDS. It draws and builds upon an array of previous work.1 It calls attention to some of the discussions and data-supporting hypotheses which link more rapid sexual transmission of the virus to the degree of prevalence of several documented, chang ing, gender-role attributes. The latter are involved in the economic, political, military and social...[Show more]
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