The Endangered Self

The Endangered Self

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To date, the majority of HIV/AIDS research has concentrated on education and prevention for those with a seronegative status, while studies of HIV positive individuals have been concerned with their potential to infect others. The Endangered Self however, focuses on how the discovery of an HIV positive status affects the individual's sense of identity, on the experience of living with HIV and its effects on the individual's social relationships. In this comparative study of the UK and US, Green and Sobo explore identity change and the stigma attached to an HIV positive status within the context of the sociology of risk. Chapters discuss issues such as: *identity, social risk and AIDS *stigma *living and coping with HIV *the danger of disclosure *reported reactions in health care settings and sexual settings *risk and reality *seropositivity. The Endangered Self will be of interest to all those infected with HIV and to their families, partners, friends and caregivers who are affected by it. It will be essential reading for health-care professionals and those studying medical anthropology, sociology and health and risk studies.M. 1993. Cancer in the Community: Class and Medical Authority. Washington DC : ... A usera#39;s guide to contrasting theories of HIV-related risk hehaviour. In Medicine. Heahh and ... R. Bohon and M. Singer 1eds1, 7-85. New York: Gordon andanbsp;...

Title:The Endangered Self
Author: Gill Green, Elisa Janine Sobo
Publisher:Psychology Press - 2000

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