Gendered vulnerability to AIDS and its research implications

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Wiegers, E.S.;
(2008)
  • Publisher: S.n.
  • Subject: vrouwen | gender | ethics | human immunodeficiency viruses | research | heads of families | africa south of sahara | agricultural households | landbouwsector | onderzoek | afrika ten zuiden van de sahara | acquired immune deficiency syndrome | Public Health | landbouwhuishoudens | methodologie | socioeconomics | subsistence | agricultural sector | humaan immunodeficiëntievirussen | gezinshoofden | middelen van bestaan | bestaan | zambia | sociale economie | livelihoods | ethiek | Volksgezondheid | methodology | geslacht (gender) | women

According to the various studies, AIDS affects all facets of people’s livelihoods through illness and death and the subsequent care for orphaned children. Much of this literature uses rural households affected by HIV/AIDS as the unit of analysis and do not disaggregate ... View more
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