Communication perspectives on HIV/AIDS for the 21st century (Book, 2008) [Alabama State University Library]
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Communication perspectives on HIV/AIDS for the 21st century

Author: Timothy Edgar; Seth M Noar; Vicki S Freimuth
Publisher: New York : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates/Taylor & Francis Group, ©2008.
Series: LEA's communication series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Exploring AIDS-related communication scholarship, this work promotes the perspective that an understanding of communication through both mediated and interpersonal channels is useful to winning the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Timothy Edgar; Seth M Noar; Vicki S Freimuth
ISBN: 9780805858266 0805858261 9780805858273 080585827X
OCLC Number: 141854674
Description: xxix, 477 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: The role of partner communication in safer sexual behavior: a theoretical and empirical review / Seth M. Noar and Timothy Edgar --
Communication skills training in HIV prevention interventions / Timothy Edgar, Seth M. Noar, and Bryan Murphy --
The social and personal dynamics of HIV stigma / Lance S. Rintamaki and Frances M. Weaver --
Social support and living with HIV: findings from qualitative studies / Daena J. Goldsmith [and others] --
Infusing HIV test counseling practice with harm reduction theory: an integrated model for voluntary counseling and testing / Marifran Mattson and Iccha Basnyat --
Talking about HIV and AIDS: a focus on parent-child discussions / Colleen K. DiIorio, Frances McCarty, and Erika Pluhar --
Culture and the development of HIV prevention and treatment programs / Ken Resnicow, Colleen Diiorio, and Rachel Davis --
Mass media campaigns as a tool for HIV prevention / Philip Palmgreen, Seth M. Noar, and Rick S. Zimmerman --
Entertainment education and HIV prevention / May G. Kennedy, Vicki Beck, and Vicki S. Freimuth --
The agenda-setting process and HIV/AIDS / James W. Dearing and Do Kyun Kim --
The rhetoric of science versus politics in U.S. HIV testing and prevention policy / J. Blake Scott. Health literacy and AIDS treatment and prevention / Seth C. Kalichman --
Internet and other computer technology based interventions for STD/HIV prevention / Sheana Bull --
Reducing risky sex through the use of interactive video technology / Paul Robert Appleby [and others] --
The Internet: accessible and affordable HIV prevention for rural MSM / Sara Clayton, Candice M. Daniel, and Anne Bowen --
Using communication strategies in an HIV prevention --
Curriculum to enhance African American adolescents' adoption of HIV-preventive behaviors / Ralph J. DiClemente [and others] --
Social and sexual networks at the stop AIDS project: a new strategy for diffusing messages / Jennifer Hecht --
Leveraging entertainment media to communicate about AIDS: the Kaiser Family Foundation media partnership model / Tina Hoff, Julia Davis, and Matt James --
"For people like us": mobilizing communities for HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, care, and support / John Howson and Kim Witte --
A network-oriented HIV prevention intervention: the shield study / Carl A. Latkin and Amy R. Knowlton --
Faith and the ABCs of HIV: the approach of "I choose life-Africa" / Ann Neville Miller --
A TTM-tailored condom use intervention for at-risk women and men / Colleen A. Redding [and others] --
Partnership for health program development: a brief safer sex intervention for HIV outpatient clinics / Jean L. Richardson, Joel Milam, and Lilia Espinoza --
Using technology to prevent teen pregnancy, STDs, and HIV / Anthony J. Roberto and Kellie E. Carlyle.
Series Title: LEA's communication series.
Responsibility: edited by Timothy M. Edgar, Seth M. Noar, Vicki S. Freimuth.
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