Psych 314 Kristi Kenyon's Guest Lecture

Psych 314 Kristi Kenyon's Guest Lecture - HIV: Social and...

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HIV: Social and Cultural Dimensions of an Epidemic Kristi Kenyon PhD student, Political Science Dula Sentle
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A world of epidemics Eastern Europe/Former Soviet Union: Injection drug users Africa: heterosexual sex/mother to child North America: gay men, sex workers, aboriginal women South East Asia: sex workers
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An epidemic of poverty An epidemic of wealth An epidemic of marginalisation A mainstream epidemic An epidemic of criminalised behaviour An epidemic of legal behaviour An epidemic of globalisation 1 virus, many different epidemics
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The African epidemic: Botswana Photos: 2 above: Cynthia Lee, rest: Kristi Kenyon
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Photos: Cynthia Lee
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Don’t they know? Is knowing really enough to change behaviour?
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Contrast and Contradiction Photo: Cynthia Lee
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Women Biological vulnerability Physical/Social Vulnerability to domestic violence and rape Financial: more likely to bear financial burden of childrearing, may be an impetus for transactional
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2009 for the course PSYC 314 taught by Professor Versloot during the Spring '09 term at The University of British Columbia.

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Psych 314 Kristi Kenyon's Guest Lecture - HIV: Social and...

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