edited by Peter Aggleton, Peter Davies and Graham Hart
vii, 217 p. : ill.
Social Aspects of AIDS ; Peter Aggleton, series editor
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Includes short biographies of the contributors.
Compiled from papers given at the 7th UK Conference on Social Aspects of AIDS with additional contributions.
Contents : An Anatomy of the HIV/AIDS voluntary sector in Britain / by Jeffrey Weeks, Austin Tayor-Laybourn and Peter Aggleton [p. 1-19] -- The Changing aspects of health care in the U.K. : implications for HIV/AIDS / by Neil Small [p. 20-32] -- Empowerment or disempowerment : the limits and possibilities of workplace AIDS policy / by David Goss and Derek Adam-Smith [p. 33-48] -- Outreach, community change and community empowerment : contradictions for public health and health promotion / by Tim Rhodes [p. 48-64] -- Project male-call : class differences in sexual practice / by Pam Rodden, June Crawford and Susan Kippax [p. 65-80] -- Community vs. population : the case of men who have sex with men / by Michael Bartos [p. 81-96] -- Assimulating safer sex : young heterosexual men's understanding of 'safer sex' / Daniel Wight [p. 97-109] -- Marital discourse and condom use / by Carla Willing [p. 110-122] -- Sexual exchange : understanding pre-marital heterosexual relationships in urban Ghana / by Augustine Ankomah and Nicholas Ford [p. 123-135] -- Positive sex : sexual relationships following HIV-positive diagnosis / by Gill Green [p. 136-146] -- A Telling tale : AIDS workers and confidentiality / by Rosaline S. Barbour [p. 147-158] -- AIDS policies in Kenya : a critical perspective on prevention / by Charles Nzioka [p. 159-175] -- Issues for HIV prevention with men who have sex with men : the experience of MESMAC / by Katie Deverell, Alan Prout and Tom Doyle [p. 176-196] -- Selling safer sex : male masseurs and escorts in the U.K. / by Ford Hickson, Peter Weatherburn, Julian Hows and Peter Davies [p. 197-209] -- Notes on contributors [p. 210-214] -- Index [p. 215-217]