Wojcicki, Janet Maia
2002. "She Drank His Money": Survival Sex and the Problems of Violence in Taverns in Gauteng Province, South Africa. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 16(3):267-293. As well as having HIV prevalence at 22.4 percent among women, with women under 30 at the greatest risk, South Africa also has the highest number of reported rapes for a country not at war. Using research from Gauteng Province, Wojcicki examines links between gendered violence and HIV vulnerability. Beginning with apartheid history and patriarchal structures, she looks at how those ideologies affect the lives of women, specifically those who trade sex for resources. She also compares local opinions on the differences between survival sex workers and commercial sex workers. While arguing that gendered violence is propelling the AIDS epidemic and that women need protection from such violence, Wojcicki is careful to note that these protections should not reinforce negative stereotypes about women.
Barnett, Tony and Alan Whiteside
2002. AIDS in the Twenty-First Century: Disease and Globalization. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Barnett and Whiteside examine HIV/AIDS at the intersection of poverty and inequality. The book is divided into three main sections. The first details the global epidemic with statistics and outlines the epidemiology of HIV/AIDS. The following section reviews the socioeconomic factors of the pandemic and gives national case studies. The last part concentrates chapters on the impact of HIV/AIDS on development, marginalized populations, agrarian livelihoods, land tenure, governance, and globalization. Barnett and Whiteside work to contextualize HIV/AIDS and development not only in specific places, but to place the epidemic in a global viewpoint.
2003. Water Reform, Gender, and HIV/AIDS: Perspectives from Malawi. Paper delivered at the Society for Applied Anthropology Meetings, Portland, OR, March. In Southern Africa, where the rates of HIV/AIDS...
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