This book is the collection of research studies, focusing specifically on migrant Latino farmworkers. It provides the reader with a comprehensive analysis of the impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic among the Latino farmworking population.
Table of Contents
Part One: Introduction 1. Migrant Workers in the United States: A Profile From the Fields Part Two: Research Reports 2. A Growing HIV/AIDS Crisis Among Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker Families 3. Perspectives on HIV/AIDS Prevention Among Immigrants on the U.S.-Mexico Border 4. Sexual History and Behavior of Mexican Migrant Workers in Orange County, California 5. The Underground World of Latina Sex Workers in Cantinas 6. Mexican Men, Female Sex Workers and HIV/AIDS at the U.S.-Mexico Border 7. Risk Factors for HIV and AIDS Among Latino Farmworkers in Pennsylvania 8. Evaluation of an HIV Prevention Program Among Latino Farmworkers Part Three: Conclusions 9. HIV Prevention Policies and Programs: Perspectives from Researchers, Migrant Workers and Policymakers