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In encyclopedic form, this book provides key references on the social context of the first pandemic of globalization. Sources are first of all anthropological, but also draw on social sciences and beyond. The red thread is the understanding of the cultural diversity relevant to the pandemic in the many sub cultures identified by anthropology as an essential background for more effective prevention. The cultural diversity aspect has been under-researched, while the explanation of the pandemic still remains rather obscure and much action is obstructed by ubiquitous stereotypes. There are many questions, especially on the concentration of the virus in Southern Africa, and the links between immune depression and poverty, war, and environmental degradation. (Series: IUAES-Series - Vol. 3)

AIDS - A Cross Cultural Companion by Pitt

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Pitt
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Lit Verlag
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248
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9783825878757
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Paperback
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