First Published in 1990. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 What Science Knows: Formations of Aids Knowledges, Cindy Patton; Chapter 2 Safer Sex as Community Practice, Simon Watney; Chapter 3 Aids Invulnerability: Relationships, Sexual Behaviour and Attitudes among 16–19-Year-Olds, Dominic Abrams, Charles Abraham, Russell Spears, Deborah Marks; Chapter 4 Blame and Young People’s Moral Judgments about AIDS, Stephen Clift, David Stears, Sandra Legg, Amina Memon, Lorna Ryan; Chapter 5 Young People in Independent Schools, Sexual Behaviour and AIDS, Candace Currie; Chapter 6 ‘Adolescents’, Young People and AIDS Research, Ian Warwick, Peter Aggleton; Chapter 7 On Male Homosexual Prostitution and HIV, Peter Davies, Paul Simpson; Chapter 8 Variation in Sexual Behaviour in Gay Men, Ray Fitzpatrick, John McLean, Mary Boulton, Graham Hart, Jill Dawson; Chapter 9 Needle Exchange in Historical Context: Responses to the ‘Drugs Problem’, Hart Graham; Chapter 10 Drug Injectors’ Risks for HIV, Neil McKeganey, Marina Barnard; Chapter 11 Some Observations on the Sexual Behaviour of Injecting Drug Users: Implications for the Spread of HIV Infection, Hilary Klee; Chapter 12 AIDS Education and Women: Sexual and Reproductive Issues, Diane Richardson; Chapter 13 AIDS Prevention Strategies in Europe: A Comparison and Critical Analysis, Hans Moerkerk, Peter Aggleton; Chapter 14 The Social Organization of HIV Counselling, David Silverman; Chapter 15 Local Authorities and HIV-Related Illness, Terry Cotton, Vijay Kumari; Chapter 16 Responses to AIDS: 1986–1987, Zoe Schramm-Evans; Chapter 17 No One Knew Anything: Some Issues in British AIDS Policy, Philip Strong, Virginia Berridge;
Peter Aggleton, Peter Davies, Graham Hart