Sex, Power And Taboo: Gender And Hiv In The Caribbean And Beyond

Sex Power And Taboo Gender And Hiv In The Caribbean And Beyond In the Caribbean sexuality has never been a topic for public discussion Previously relegated to theatrical innuendo musical lyrics and other popular forms of cultural expression the HIV and AIDS pan

  • Title: Sex, Power And Taboo: Gender And Hiv In The Caribbean And Beyond
  • Author: Dorothy Roberts Rhoda Reddock Sandra Reid Dianne Douglas
  • ISBN: 9789766373498
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the Caribbean sexuality has never been a topic for public discussion Previously relegated to theatrical innuendo, musical lyrics and other popular forms of cultural expression, the HIV and AIDS pandemic have now thrown this taboo subject centrestage The discourse on gender and sexuality is however, still being shaped and this book sets the platform for that discussionIn the Caribbean sexuality has never been a topic for public discussion Previously relegated to theatrical innuendo, musical lyrics and other popular forms of cultural expression, the HIV and AIDS pandemic have now thrown this taboo subject centrestage The discourse on gender and sexuality is however, still being shaped and this book sets the platform for that discussion Proceeding from a premise that gender influences sexuality and sexual behaviour, Sex, Power and Taboo provides an interdisciplinary approach to the exploration of how gender affects HIV risk and prevention The paradigm of HIV and AIDS research is shifted by illuminating the influence of gender ideologies, norms and power relationships on sexuality, and the impact of gender to HIV risk and prevention within and outside of the Caribbean The contributors are Caribbean and international, and discuss gender and sexuality for the academic, for those in the public health service as well as social policymakers Sex, Power and Taboo contributes to the research based interventions to aid the prevention of HIV and AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases and will assist in the design, implementation and evaluation of programmes addressing the AIDS epidemic.

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    1. Dorothy Roberts Rhoda Reddock Sandra Reid Dianne Douglas

      Dorothy Roberts is a scholar, professor, author and social justice advocate, and currently the 14th Penn Integrates Knowledge Professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School She has published a range of groundbreaking articles and books analyzing issues of law, race, gender, health, class and social inequality, including Killing the Black Body Race, Reproduction, and the Meaning of Liberty 1997 , Shattered Bonds The Color of Child Welfare 2002 and, most recently Fatal Invention How Science, Politics, and Big Business Re create Race in the Twenty First Century 2012.

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