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Culture, HIV & AIDS: An Annotated Bibliography

This bibliography compiles literature representing a diversity of approaches to studying culture and measuring and describing its role in the epidemic.

Culture, HIV & AIDS: An Annotated Bibliography

It was collected from an extensive review of academic, policy and "grey" literature in English, French, and Spanish, utilising a wide range of electronic databases.

This bibliography is divided into two sections; the first presents literature examining how culture shapes the pandemic and the second presents references focusing on the response to the epidemic situated in the broader socio-cultural, political and economic context.

  • Author(s): Social Sciences Research Council, UNESCO 
  • Publication date: 05-12-2006
    Europe and North America Latin America and the Caribbean Africa Arab States Asia Pacific