The politics of marginalization: The appropriation of AIDS prevention messages among injection

Connors, Margaret M.
December 1995
Culture, Medicine & Psychiatry;Dec95, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p425
Academic Journal
Addresses the space between a cultural critique and a class analysis of HIV transmission. Exploration of drug users' resistance to hegemony; Role of economic and political survival on the need for trust and reciprocity; Exploration of the effect of dissent to domination on HIV prevention.


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