Meddling with Mythology
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Meddling with Mythology

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Researchers from a variety of disciplines examine the role of research in the construction of modern mythology or folklore surrounding HIV/AIDS. The contributors reflect on the insights gained and the impact of their work, in the light of the initial panic surrounding the prediction of an AIDS epidemic. The issues discussed include working with drug users, understanding ri...more
Paperback, 276 pages
Published May 7th 1998 by Taylor & Francis Group
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