9780415241052

Partnership and Pragmatism: The German Response to AIDS Prevention and Care

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  • ISBN13:

    9780415241052

  • ISBN10:

    0415241057

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2000-08-30
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Summary

Multidisciplinary in approach, this book highlights the unique contributions of Germany to AIDS work, making available for the first time knowledge which can be applied to other countries as well as to other fields of public health.

Table of Contents

List of Figures
x
List of tables
xi
List of contributors
xiii
Acknowledgement xvii
PART I Introduction 1(12)
Pragmatism and partnership: an overview of this volume
3(4)
Rolf Rosenbrock
Michael T. Wright
AIDS in a German Context: a primer
7(6)
Michael T. Wright
PART II History, Policy, and eqidemiology 13(78)
The epidemiology of HIV an AIDS in Germany
15(20)
Ulrich Marcus
From Hysteria to banality: an overview of the political response to AIDS in Germany
35(13)
Gunter Frankenberg
Alexander Hanebeck
The role of the German Federal Government in fighting the epidemic
48(13)
Dorle Miesala-Edel
Martina Schops-Potthoff
AIDS prevention campaigns for the general public: the work of the Federal Centre for health Education
61(12)
Elisabeth Pott
Structural prevention: the basis for a critical approach to health promotion
73(9)
Stefan Etgeton
The German AIDS self-help movement: the history and ongoing role of AIDS-Hilfe
82(9)
Rainer Schilling
PART III Risk perception and decision making in safer sex 91(36)
Reactions of the general population to AIDS: the relationship between sociodemographic variables and lay concepts of disease aetiology
93(13)
Rudiger Jacob
Willy H. Eirmbter
Alois Hahn
AIDS prevention as a social systems intervention: risk taking in the context of different types of heterosexual partnerships
106(13)
Heinrich W. Ahlemeyer
The `risk factor love'
119(8)
Martin Dannecker
PART IV Responding to specific target groups 127(102)
The response of gay German men to HIV: the national gay press surveys 1987--96
129(14)
Michael Bochow
Western-style prevention for eastern gay men? AIDS prevention in the former East Germany
143(17)
Rainer Herrn
The accepting approach to working with drug users in Germany: an overview of principles, goals and methods
160(11)
Gundula Barsch
The meaning of HIV prevention in the context of heterosexual relationships: what are women protecting themselves from?
171(11)
Cornelia Helfferich
The Umbrella Network: AIDS, STD prevention, and Prostitution on the eastern border of Germany
182(11)
Elfriede Steffan
Michael F. Kraus
Innovation versus normalisation: the reaction of Germany's home care system to HIV and AIDS
193(14)
Doris Schaeffer
Defining the AIDS Survivor Syndrome and testing for symptoms in an exploratory study of gay German men
207(9)
Michael T. Wright
AIDS policy, health policy, and gay politics
216(13)
Rolf Rosenbrock
PART V The future of AIDS policy and practice 229(20)
The normalisation of AIDS in Germany
231(18)
Rolf Rosenbrock
Doris Schaeffer
Martin Moers
Index 249

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