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5_Rier - HIV and Morality Online - The ethical dynamics of...

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Unformatted text preview: The ethical dynamics of HIV+ status disclosure 1047 © 2007 The Author Journal compilation © 2007 Foundation for the Sociology of Health & Illness/Blackwell Publishing Ltd sufficient HIV+ participants); had higher, more active participation and viewing rates (as recorded by online ‘site meters’); and contributed to an overall diversity amongst the sample. Most sites had moderators, serving mainly to screen obscene posts and curtail or ban so-called ‘AIDS dissidents/denialists’ (who often annoyed other posters with their declarations rejecting the link between HIV and AIDS, and their calls to stop practising safer sex or taking AIDS medication.) ‘Ask the expert’-type sites were excluded as unsuited to the focus on support groups. The different lists began at various points. In most cases, the lists were examined from the beginning of archived posts until the close of data collection in the autumn of 2004....
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2010 for the course ENG 000121 taught by Professor Mcgrand during the Spring '10 term at Cornell.

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