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Communication perspectives on HIV/AIDS for the 21st century / edited by Timothy M. Edgar, Seth M. Noar, Vicki S. Freimuth.

New York : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates/Taylor & Francis Group, c2008.
xxix, 477 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
LEA's communication series. [More in this series]
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. The Role of Partner Communication in Safer Sexual Behavior: A Theoretical and Empirical Review / Seth M. Noar and Timothy Edgar -- 2. Communication Skills Training in HIV Prevention Interventions / Timothy Edgar, Seth M. Noar and Bryan Murphy -- 3. The Social and Personal Dynamics of HIV Stigma / Lance S. Rintamaki and Frances M. Weaver -- 4. Social Support and Living with HIV: Findings from Qualitative Studies / Daena J. Goldsmith, Dale E. Brashers, Kami A. Kosenko and Daniel J. O'Keefe -- 5. Infusing HIV Test Counseling Practice with Harm Reduction Theory: An Integrated Model for Voluntary Counseling and Testing / Marifran Mattson and Iccha Basnyat -- 6. Talking About HIV and AIDS: A Focus on Parent-Child Discussions / Colleen K. Dilorio, Frances McCarty and Erika Pluhar -- 7. Culture and the Development of HIV Prevention and Treatment Programs / Ken Resnicow, Colleen K. Dilorio and Rachel Davis -- 8. Mass Media Campaigns as a Tool for HIV Prevention / Philip Palmgreen, Seth M. Noar and Rick S. Zimmerman -- 9. Entertainment Education and HIV Prevention / May G. Kennedy, Vicki Beck and Vicki S. Freimuth -- 10. The Agenda-Setting Process and HIV/AIDS / James W. Dearing and Do Kyun Kim -- 11. The Rhetoric of Science versus Politics in U.S. HIV Testing and Prevention Policy / J. Blake Scott -- 12. Health Literacy and AIDS Treatment and Prevention / Seth C. Kalichman -- 13. Internet and Other Computer Technology-Based Interventions for STD/HIV Prevention / Sheana Bull -- Intervention Exemplar Chapters -- 14. Reducing Risky Sex Through the Use of Interactive Video Technology / Paul Robert Appleby, Carlos Godoy, Lynn Carol Miller and Stephen J. Read -- 15. The Internet: Accessible and Affordable HIV Prevention for Rural MSM / Sara Clayton, Candice M. Daniel and Anne Bowen -- 16. Using Communication Strategies in an HIV Prevention Curriculum to Enhance African-American Adolescents' Adoption of HIV-Preventive Behaviors / Ralph J. DiClemente, Nikia D. Braxton, Jessica McDermott Sales and Gina M. Wingood -- 17. Social and Sexual Networks at STOP AIDS Project: A New Strategy for Diffusing Messages / Jennifer Hecht -- 18. Leveraging Entertainment Media to Communicate About AIDS: The Kaiser Family Foundation Media Partnership Model / Tina Hoff, Julia Davis and Matt James -- 19. "For People Like Us": Mobilizing Communities for HIV/AIDS Prevention, Treatment, Care, and Support / John Howson and Kim Witte -- 20. A Network-Oriented HIV Prevention Intervention: The SHIELD Study / Carl A. Latkin and Amy R. Knowlton -- 21. Faith and the ABCs of HIV: The Approach of "I Choose Life-Africa" / Ann Neville Miller -- 22. A TTM-Tailored Condom Use Intervention for At-Risk Women and Men / Colleen A. Redding, Patricia J. Morokoff, Joseph S. Rossi and Kathryn S. Meier -- 23. Patnership for Health Program Development: A Brief Safer-Sex Intervention for HIV Outpatient Clinics / Jean L. Richardson, Joel Milam and Lilia Espinoza -- 24. Using Technology to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, STDs, and HIV / Anthony J. Roberto and Kellie E. Carlyle.
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