5 edition of Religion and the Hiv-AIDS Community found in the catalog.
Religion and the Hiv-AIDS Community
American Health Research Institute
by ABBE Publishers Association of Washington, D.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||109|
As far as the origins of AIDS are concerned, unless some completely new evidence emerges, it will be difficult to come up with a better explanation than Pepin's." -Science "This is a beautifully written book, which explains epidemiological and scientific concepts such as /5(57). A Generation at Risk explains in straightforward terms what is required to fill this gap. The book addresses what needs to be done in the areas of education, community mobilization and capacity building, economic strengthening at household and community levels, psychosocial support, and the protection of children and the fulfilment of their : John Williamson.
Such comments as "Religion kills" and "The only good priest is the priest who distributes condoms" flooded many of the more ideologically driven HIV/AIDS email listservs and online discussion groups. In Faith Communities Engage the HIV/AIDS Crisis, Marshall and Keough make a particular effort to discredit the ABC approach for preventing the sexual transmission of HIV (A bstain, B e faithful, or . Books shelved as hiv-aids: And the Band Played On: Politics, People, and the AIDS Epidemic by Randy Shilts, The Wisdom of Whores: Bureaucrats, Brothels.
The Church in Malawi, as is the case for with countries, welcomed the HIV/AIDS epidemic with a mixed reaction. HIV/AIDS was immediately labeled a disease for the immoral. The push for condoms, then, by some other activist, as the most effective tool to avoid contracting the disease only compounded the Church’s Size: KB. AIDS, Culture, and Africa examines such key issues as HIV transmission, condom use, sexual patterns, male circumcision, political factors, gender, poverty, and behavioral change. It features the research of those working in different countries in Africa, with different communities within those countries, and with different age, class, religious.
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Joyce Moon-Howard is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Sociomedical Sciences at Columbia University, USA, and a specialist in community-involved public health research primarily among minority communities with a long-standing research and programmatic interest in religious responses to HIV and AIDS.
She is a specialist in community involved public health research primarily among minority communities and has had a long-standing research and programmatic interest in religious responses to HIV Format: Hardcover. Earl E. Shelp is the author or editor of many books concerning medical ethics and pastoral theology.
His is also the editor of the Theology and Medicine series. His is Format: Paperback. Drawing on a wide range of methodologies, this book documents a diverse portfolio of religious responses to HIV and AIDS at the local and global levels in sites from sub-Saharan Africa to New York City.
The volume goes beyond the psychology of religion, which is often based on how religion is used to cope with illness. ‘Religion and HIV and AIDS’ explores the interface between HIV, AIDS and religion and makes a significant contribution to a growing body of scholarship that recognises the importance of religious engagement with the reality of HIV and AIDS.
In many communities, the spiritual narrative is far more compelling than Religion and the Hiv-AIDS Community book bio-medical equivalent, making interdisciplinary collaboration crucial. This book series uncovers the impact of religion on individual health behaviors and outcomes, as well as the influence of religion on health practices at the community level.
It consists of volumes that are based on multi-methodological approaches, provide quantitative and qualitative forms of analysis. UNICEF, the World Conference of Religions for Peace and the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) have collaborated to prepare this work- book, which draws from information sources of various faith communities.
The first finding of this study was the communication process of Studies show that religious beliefs influence how a community treats HIV/aids. from book HIV/AIDS in South Africa 25 years on: Psychosocial perspectives (pp) HIV/AIDS, religion and spirituality Chapter January with Reads.
HIV/AIDS. The meeting group (now KENWA) gained NGO status in with a membership of 32 HIV infected women. KENWAs mission is to improve the quality of life of women living with HIV/AIDS as well as infected and affected children.
Presently, the organization has a membership of women living with HIV/AIDS. KENWA serves as a forum to empower theFile Size: KB. Summary This book explores the interface between HIV, AIDS and religion and makes a significant contribution to a growing body of scholarship that recognises the importance of religious engagement with the reality of HIV and AIDS.
The African AIDS epidemic has sparked fierce debate over the role of religion. Some scholars and activists argue that religion is contributing to the spread of HIV and to the stigmatization of people living with AIDS. Book Description. This book explores the nature, significance and consequences of the religious activism surrounding AIDS in Africa.
While African religion was relatively marginal in inspiring or contributing to AIDS activism during the early days of the epidemic, this. At the same time - research has also indicated potential societal tensions that can exist between religion and health – we have seen this in relation to family planning, HIV/AIDS, and reproduction.
This book series aims to uncover the impact of religion on individual health behaviours and outcomes but also the influence of religion on health. The Struggle between Religion and HIV/AIDS in West Africa.
By: Caitlin Koury. November 7, “When we talk about religion, it’s very interesting because it goes with established, historical religions and then supernatural beliefs. It’s one of the constraints that we face in managing some of our patients.”.
O OLUDURO PER / PELJ (13)3 / suffering caused by HIV/AIDS. As trusted and respected members of the society, religious leaders are listened to; their actions set an example Their strengths and credibility, and their closeness to the communities afford them the chance to File Size: KB.
Awareness of the HIV/AIDS epidemic is growing among the Muslim community and efforts are being initiated to prevent its spread.
The Muslim Awareness Programme (MAP), based in South Africa is a faith-based organization that promotes HIV/AIDS prevention. Christianity. The Balm in Gilead Operates an HIV/AIDS technical assistance center designed specifically to serve churches as well as public agencies and community-based organizations that wish to work with churches on AIDS issues as they relate to the African-American, African, and Caribbean communities.
Then, this review will examine: 1) the meaning and impact of spirituality/religion in specific HIV populations and sociocultural contexts; 2) psychosocial mechanisms through which spirituality/religion affect outcomes in PLWH; 3) measurement of spirituality/religion in PLWH; and, 4) development of spiritual and community interventions to address the needs of by: This section contains free e-books and guides on hiv aids, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.
HIV/AIDS For the Ethiopian Health Center Team HIV/AIDS has become a major public health problem worldwide. The consequences of HIV/AIDS stigma. HIV/AIDS stigma is based on the ideas that those who live with the disease are both ‘different’ due to their HIV infection and ‘less than’ those who are uninfected, which combine to justify their social exclusion (PfizerEmlet ).The existing literature on stigma has demonstrated that this has many negative consequences for people with HIV Cited by:.
In the book, Cohen focuses on the political response to HIV/AIDS within the Black community. She describes HIV/AIDS as a cross-cutting issue that affected and came to be associated with an already.‘Muslims have instructions’ Hiv/Aids, modernity and islamic religious education in Kisumu, Kenya ‘Keeping up appearances’: Sex and religion amongst university students in Uganda Healing the wounds of modernity: Salvation, community and care in a neo-pentecostal church in Dar Es Salaam, TanzaniaAuthor: Marian Burchardt.
Alternately thrilling and harrowing, And the Band Played On: Politics, People, and the AIDS Epidemic chronicles the epidemics early years. The work begins at the height of gay liberation on the bicentennial, a few years before the outbreak of AIDS in America, and ends in with the announcement of Rock Hudsons death from the virus/5.