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Title The impact of HIV/AIDS on criminology and criminal justice / edited by Mark M. Lanier
Published Aldershot : Ashgate, 2006

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Description xviii, 359 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Series International library of criminology, criminal justice and penology. Second series
International library of criminology, criminal justice and., Second series
International library of criminology, criminal justice & penology. Second series.
International library of criminology, criminal justice and. Second series
Contents Machine derived contents note: PART I PHYSIOLOGICAL, MEDICAL AND DISEASE TRENDS -- 1 Richard Parker (2002), 'The Global HIV/AIDS Pandemic, Structural Inequalities, -- and the Politics of International Health', American Journal of Public Health, 92, -- pp. 343-46. 3 -- 2 Esther Sumartojo (2000), 'Structural Factors in HIV Prevention: Concepts, -- Examples, and Implications for Research', AIDS, 14, pp. S3-S 10. 7 -- 3 Nilanjana R. Bardhan (2002), 'Accounts from the Field: A Public Relations -- Perspective on Global AIDS/HIV', Journal of Health Communication, 7, -- pp. 221-44. 15 -- 4 Jos6 Esparza, Marie-Louise Chang, Roy Widdus, Yvette Madrid, Neff Walker -- and Peter D. Ghys (2003), 'Estimation of "Needs" and "Probable Uptake" for -- HIV/AIDS Preventive Vaccines Based on Possible Policies and Likely -- Acceptance (a WHO/UNAIDS/IAVI Study)', Vaccine, 21, pp. 2032-41. 39 -- 5 A. Liau and G.D. Zimet (2001), 'The Acceptability of HIV Immunization: -- Examining Vaccine Characteristics as Determining Factors', AIDS Care, 13, -- pp. 643-50. 49 -- 6 Oscar Grusky, Hongjie Liu and Michael Johnston (2002), 'HIV/AIDS in China: -- 1990-2001', AIDS and Behavior, 6, pp. 381-93. 57 -- PART II LEGAL, POLICY AND ADMINISTRATIVE CARE ISSUES -- 7 Raffaele D'Amelio, Emmanuelle Tuerlings, Olga Perito, Roberto Biselli, Sergio -- Natalicchio and Stuart Kingma (2001), 'A Global Review of Legislation dn -- HIV/AIDS: The Issue of HIV Testing', Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency -- Syndromes, 28, pp. 173-79. 73 -- 8 Delphine Valette (2002), 'AIDS Behind Bars: Prisoners' Rights Guillotined', -- Howard Journal, 41, pp. 107-22. 81 -- 9 Lawrence O. Gostin and David W. Webber (1998), 'HIV Infection and AIDS in -- the Public Health and Health Care Systems: The Role of Law and Litigation', -- Journal of the American Medical Association, 279, pp. 1108-13. 97 -- 10 David W. Webber (2004), 'Self-Incrimination, Partner Notification, and the -- Criminal Law: Negatives for the CDC's "Prevention for Positives" Initiative', -- AIDS & Public Policy Journal, 19, pp. 54-66. 103 -- 11 Barbara H. Zaitzow (2001), 'Whose Problem is it Anyway? Women Prisoners -- and HIV/ADJUIS:,' araq,gJiourn lof Oftnder Therapy and Comparative -- Criminology, 45, pp. 673-90. 117 -- PART III CUSTODY, SUPERVISION AND TREATMENT ISSUES -- 12 Maria L.A. Tiamson (2002), 'Challenges in the Management of the HIV Patient -- in the Third Decade of AIDS', Psychiatric Quarterly, 73, pp. 51-58. 137 -- 13 Sarah Chippindale and Lesley French (2001), 'ABC ofAIDS: HIV Counselling -- and the Psychosocial Management of Patients with HIV or AIDS', British -- Medical Journal, 322, pp. 1533-35. 145 -- 14 Michael Welch (2000), 'The Correctional Response to Prisoners With HIV/AIDS: -- Morality, Metaphors, and Myths', Social Pathology: A Journal of Reviews, 6, -- pp. 121-42. 149 -- 15 Mark M. Lanier and Scott Gates (1996), 'An Empirical Assessment of the AIDS -- Risk Reduction Model (ARRM) Employing Ordered Probit Analyses', Journal r -- of Criminal Justice, 24, pp. 537-47. 171 -- PART IV BEHAVIOURAL INTERVENTIONS, KNOWLEDGE AND -- ATTITUDES -- 16 R. Alan Thompson and James W. Marquart (1998), 'Law Enforcement Responses -- to the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Selected Findings and Suggestions for Future -- Research', Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and -- Management, 21, pp. 648-65. 185 -- 17 Jeanne Flavin (1998), 'Police and HIV/AIDS: The Risk, the Reality, the -- Response', American Journal of Criminal Justice, 23, pp. 33-58. 203 -- 18 Richard Tewksbury, Gennaro F Vito and Scott Cummings (1998), 'Injection -- Drug Users and HIV Risk Behaviors: Criminal Justice Professionals' Role in -- Identifying and Responding to Risk Behaviors', Journal of Crime and Justice, -- 22, pp. 1-22. 229 -- 19 Terry D. Edwards and Richard Tewksbury (1996), 'HIV/AIDS: State Police -- Training Practices and Personnel Policies', American Journal of Police, 15, -- pp.45-62. 251 -- 20 Kato B. Keeton and Cheryl Swanson (1998), 'HIV/AIDS Education Needs -- Assessment: A Comparative Study of Jail and Prison Inmates in Northwest -- Florida', Prison Journal, 78, pp. 119-32. 269 -- PART V FUTURE TRENDS, GLOBAL IMPACT AND ETHICAL ISSUES -- 21 Anthony J. Lemelle, Jr (2003), 'Linking the Structure of African American -- Criminalization to the Spread of HIV/AIDS', Journal of Contemporary Criminal -- Justice, 19, pp. 270-92. 285 -- 22 Johanna Crane, Kathleen .Qirk ad Ari#ne vp derStrate ,(2002), '"Come Back -- when You're Dying:" The Commodification of AIDS Among California's Urban -- Poor', Social Science and Medicine, 55, pp. 1115-27. 309 -- 23 Edison J. Trickett (2002), 'Context, Culture, and Collaboration in AIDS -- Interventions: Ecological Ideas of Enhancing Community Impact', Journal of -- Primary Prevention, 23, pp. 157-74. 323 -- 24 Janine Pierret (2000), 'Everyday Life with AIDS/HIV: Surveys in the Social -- Sciences', Social Science and Medicine, 50, pp. 1589-98. 341
Notes Formerly CIP. Uk
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject AIDS (Disease) -- Social aspects.
Criminal justice, Administration of.
Criminology.
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome.
HIV Infections.
Criminal Law.
Criminology.
Law Enforcement.
Author Lanier, Mark.
LC no. 2005053092
ISBN 0754624587 (hbk.)