AIDS: Activism and Alliances (Social Aspects of Aids Series) by Peter Aggleton

By Peter Aggleton

From the beginning of the AIDS epidemic there were demands higher team spirit among affected teams and groups, and public healthiness providers. this is visible either within the circulation in the direction of fit alliances in future health carrier paintings, and within the calls for of AIDS activists around the world. this article brings jointly especially chosen papers addressing those and comparable topics given on the 8th convention on Social points of AIDS held in London in past due 1995. one of the concerns tested are occupation and coverage; the heightened vulnerability of teams corresponding to girls and more youthful homosexual males; and problems with drug use, incapacity and HIV prevention.

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Infection rates have been comparatively low (about 5 per cent of the total infected population). The early introduction of needle-exchange programmes in Australia may have slowed the rate of new infections in this group. Watson (1993) notes that ignorance of HIV risk among young occasional injecting amphetamine users may result in a ‘future explosion’ of HIV in IDUs. Transmission via heterosexual sex follows a similar pattern to that of IDUs. Infection rates in this group have been low (national surveillance figures in December 1994 indicate that 7 per cent of all HIV infections in Australia were attributed to heterosexual sex).

3). These individualistic definitions depend on Opportunity lost 25 a distinction between an impairment (an organically based disturbance in bodily structure) and disability, referring to the individual’s inability to perform the major functions of ‘normal’ daily living as a result of their ‘individual impairment’. Disability is thus most usually viewed ‘in terms of disease process, abnormality and personal tragedy’ (French, 1994, p. 3). 2 Such an approach tends to support the status quo since: ‘the sub-normality of the individual rather than the sub-normality of the environment, tends to be blamed for any inadequacies’ (Ryan and Thomas, 1987, p.

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