AIDS: The Politics and Policy of Disease

By Stella Z. Theodoulou

Published by Pearson

Published Date: Oct 12, 1995

Table of Contents

I. THE POLITICS OF AIDS.

 1. AIDS Equals Politics, Stella Z. Theodoulou.

 2. The Politics of Prevention and Neglect, Ronald Bayer.

 3. AIDS, Activism and the Politics of Health, R. M. Wachter.

 4. Green Monkeys and Dark Continents: AIDS and Racism, Tasmin Wilton.

II. PUBLIC POLICY AND AIDS.

 5. Myths and Illusions: The Media and AIDS Policy, Stella Z. Theodoulou, Gloria Y. Guevara and Henrik Minnassians.

 6. The Politics of Deservedness: The Ryan White Act and the Social Constructions of People with AIDS, Mark C. Donovan.

 7. AIDS: Perspectives on Public Health, Policy, and Administration, James A. Johnson and Walter J. Jones.

 8. Health Care and AIDS, Jonathan Peck and Clement Bezold.

III. THE INTERNATIONAL/COMPARATIVE DIMENSION OF AIDS.

 9. Responding to AIDS: Governmental Policy Responses, Stella Z. Theodoulou.

10. AIDS: Cuba's Effort to Contain, Marvin Leiner.

11. The International Response, Yole G. Sills.

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