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HSRC Press :: Gender & Sexual Politics :: From Social Silence to Social Science

From Social Silence to Social Science
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From Social Silence to Social Science

Same-sex sexuality, HIV & AIDS and Gender in South Africa

Vasu Reddy, Theo Sandfort & Laetitia Rispel (eds)

 
Format168mm x 240mm (Soft Cover)
Pages296
ISBN 100-7969-2276-4
ISBN 13978-07969-2276-2
Publish Year2009
RightsWorld Rights
 
 
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Introduction
Vasu Reddy, Theo Sandfort and Laetitia Rispel
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Chapter 1: Researching same-sex sexuality and HIV prevention
Peter Aggleton
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Chapter 2: Sexuality research in South Africa: The policy context
Robert Sember
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Chapter 3: Same-sex sexuality and health: Psychosocial scientific research in South Africa
Juan Nel
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Chapter 4: Homosexual and bisexual labels: The need for clear conceptualisations, operationalisations and appropriate methodological designs
Theo Sandfort and Brian Dodge
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Chapter 5: Gender, same-sex sexuality and HIV/AIDS in South Africa: Practical research challenges and solutions
Pierre Brouard
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Chapter 6: From social silence to social science: HIV research among township men who have sex with men in South Africa
Tim Lane
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Chapter 7: Gay AIDS activism in South Africa prior to 1994
Mandisa Mbali
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Chapter 8: Sexing women: Young black lesbians' reflections on sex and responses to safe(r) sex
Zethu Matebeni
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Chapter 9: Creating memory: Documenting and disseminating life stories of LGBTI people living with HIV
Ruth Morgan, Busi Kheswa and John Meletse
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Chapter 10: What we know about same-sex practising people and HIV in Africa
Cary Alan Johnson
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Chapter 11: Same-sex sexuality and HIV/AIDS: A perspective from Malawi
Daveson Nyadani
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Chapter 12: A bird's-eye view of HIV and gay and lesbian issues in Zimbabwe
Samuel Matsikure
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Chapter 13: Epidemiological disjunctures: A review of same-sex sexuality and HIV research in sub-Saharan Africa
Kirk Fiereck
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Chapter 14: Mobilising gay and lesbian organisations to respond to the political challenges of the South African HIV epidemic
Nathan Geffen, Zethu Cakata, Renay Pillay and Paymin Ebrahimzadeh
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Chapter 15: Are South African HIV policies and programmes meeting the needs of same-sex practising individuals?
Laetitia Rispel and Carol Metcalf
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Chapter 16: Lessons learned from current South African HIV/AIDS research among lesbian, gay and bisexual populations
Dawie Nel
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Chapter 17: Observations on HIV and AIDS in Cape Town's LGBT population
Glenn de Swardt
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Chapter 18: Some personal and political perspectives on HIV/AIDS in Ethekwini
Nonhlanhla 'MC' Mkhize
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Chapter 19: Health for all? Health needs and issues for women who have sex with women
Vicci Tallis
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Chapter 20: Taking research and prevention forward
Theo Sandfort, Vasu Reddy and Laetitia Rispel
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Contributors
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Index
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