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Globalizing AIDS (Theory Out of Bounds, V. 22)

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AIDS: social aspects, Social aspects, Health/Fitness, Aids (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome), Epidemiology, World health, Medical, Politics / Current Events, Politics - Current Events, Infectious Diseases, General, Health Care Delivery, Sociology - General, AIDS (Disease), Acquired Immunodeficiency
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In Globalizing AIDS, pioneering cultural critic Cindy Patton looks at the complex interaction between modern science, media coverage, and local activism during the first decade of the 's critique of both the production of scientific credibility and the implementation of public health policy at the local level offers a bold reevaluation of how we think about AIDS and an.

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Produced by Johns Hopkins University. Book Description: In Globalizing AIDS, pioneering cultural critic Cindy Patton looks at the complex interaction between modern science, media coverage, and local activism during the first decade of the epidemic.

Patton's critique of both the production of scientific credibility and the implementation of public health policy at the local level. Globalizing Globalizing AIDS book [Cindy Patton].

A long-awaited look at responses to the AIDS epidemic in relation to AIDS began to appear around the "global village" in the early s, the closeness brought by new technologies no longer promised wAuthor: Cindy Patton.

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Patton's critique of both the production of scientific credibility and the implementation of public health policy at the local level offers a bold. Get this from a library. Globalizing AIDS. [Cindy Patton] -- Pioneering cultural critic Cindy Patton looks at the complex interaction between modern science, Globalizing AIDS book coverage, and local activism during the first decade of the epidemic.

Queerness is now global. Many emerging economies of the global South are experiencing queer mobilization and sexual identity politics raising fundamental questions of citizenship and human rights on the one hand; and discourses of nationalism.

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Queerness is now global. Many emerging economies of the global South are experiencing queer mobilization and sexual identity politics raising fundamental questions of citizenship and human rights on the one hand; and discourses of nationalism, cultural identity, imperialism, tradition and family-values on the other.

While some researchers argue that with economic globalization in the Cited by:   Globalizing queer. AIDS, homophobia and the politics of sexual identity in India.

Subir K Kole 1 Author information Article notes This book treated homosexuality in a positive light and reviewed socio-cultural and legal situation of homosexuality in India and contrasted that with the then gay liberation movement in by: Cindy Patton (born Febru ) is an American sociologist and historian specializing in the history of the AIDS epidemic.

A former faculty member at Temple University and Emory University, she currently teaches at Simon Fraser University, where she held the Canada Research Chair in Community, Culture, and Health from to Her work has appeared in Criticism, the Feminist Review Authority control: ISNI:.

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Political Science, Education and Law, Film and Media In the fall ofpublic authorities in Chautauqua County, New York, were granted an exception to the state’s HIV confidentiality law—and released Nushawn Williams’s name and picture to the press, deeming him a “public health threat.

In Globalizing AIDS, pioneering cultural critic Cindy Patton looks at the complex interaction between modern science, media coverage, and local activism during the first decade of the epidemic.

Patton’s critique of both the production of scientific credibility and the implementation of public health policy at the local level offers a bold.

Table of Contents. Foreword: Peter Aggleton and Richard Parker, "Globalization, Vulnerability, and the response to HIV and AIDS." Examination of the ways in which a number of key processes associated with globalization in the late 20 th and early 21 st centuries have shaped the HIV epidemic.

Introduction to the Book. Globalizing AIDS is Patton's first book to focus exclusively on processes that internationalize HIV/AIDS. In Canada public consciousness of the links between AIDS and globalization has been tied most recently to media stories about the development crisis posed by AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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Details *. In it was believed that HIV/AIDS was without doubt the worst epidemic to hit humankind since the Black Death.

The first case was identified in ; by it was estimated that about 40 million people were living with the disease, and about 20 million had died. Yet the outlook today is a little brighter.

Although HIV/ AIDS continues to be a pressing public health issue the epidemic has. Eating Spring Rice is the first major ethnographic study of HIV/AIDS in China. Drawing on more than a decade of ethnographic research (), primarily in Yunnan Province, Sandra Teresa Hyde chronicles the rise of the HIV epidemic from the years prior to the Chinese government's acknowledgement of this public health crisis to post-reform thinking about infectious-disease.

HIV Infection in the Era of Highly Active Antiretroviral Treatment and Some of Its Associated Complications. The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a lentivirus that causes HIV infection and over time acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS).This book reviews some of HAART-related metabolic and neurological complications.

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Inthe World Health Organization (WHO) created the Global Programme for AIDS/HIV under the direction of Jonathan Mann. Through Mann's leadership, personal diplomacy and outreach to world governments, he helped change how the Author: Jeremy Youde. The newly revised Globalizing Cities Reader reflects how the geographies of theory have recently shifted away from the western vantage points from which much of the classic work in this field was developed.

The expanded volume continues to make available many of the original and foundational works that underpin the research field, while expanding coverage to familiarize students with new Author: Xuefei Ren. Publication Type: book chapters Publication Year: Publication Bibliography: "AIDS as a Globalizing Panic." Pp.

in Global Culture, edited by Mike Featherstone (London: Sage Publication). Publication Reference Link. e-books in AIDS & HIV category HIV Mental Health for the 21st Century by Mark G. Winiarski - New York University Press, This volume provides a roadmap for mental health professionals who seek to develop new strategies aimed at increasing the longevity and quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS, as well as at controlling the future spread of the disease.

ence of AIDS. To this end, all UN bodies are encouraged to develop and implement an active staff education strategy for HIV/AIDS using the handbook on AIDS for UN employ-ees and their families produced by UNAIDS and identifying in the field local sources experienced in HIV/AIDS counselling, to provide confidential follow-up.

Globalizing Citizens presents expert analysis from cities and villages in India, South Africa, Nigeria, the Philippines, Kenya, the Gambia and Brazil to explore how forms of global authority shape and build new meanings and practices of citizenship, across local, national and global arenas.

Essential reading for understanding the international economy—now thoroughly updated. Lucid, accessible, and provocative, and now thoroughly updated to cover recent events that have shaken the global economy, Globalizing Capital is an indispensable account of the past years of international monetary and financial history—from the classical gold standard to today's post–Bretton Woods Brand: Princeton University Press.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Cindy Patton books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. By using our website you agree Globalizing AIDS. Cindy Patton. 28 May Book. unavailable.Citizenship in a Globalizing World Book Summary: In recent times, the notion of citizenship has become increasingly prominent as the traditional boundaries of the nation-state face challenges from globalization, multiculturalism, and economic restructuring.

In this context, Citizenship in a Globalizing World is a welcome addition in the field of political science as it takes a detailed look.