By Peter Aggleton
In accordance with articles selected from the 6th annual 'Social facets of AIDS' convention, this booklet specializes in updated money owed of HIV/AIDS learn and linked social/sexual concerns.
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2: Resp. 3: Resp. 1: Resp. 3: I heard it was a guy had sex with a bull. I heard it was a guy in Africa or something. It was just because of those black mother-fuckers from abroad, man. Had sex with a gorilla or a monkey, something like that anyway, that’s why I say it was the pakis that brought it here (SACRO clients, Group 1) Even when not making outright allegations about black bestiality in its literal sense, other participants made it clear that they thought that AIDS was common in Africa because of the distinct (and inferior) social/sexual behaviour of black people.
1986) ‘Mossies Could Spread AIDS’: Australian Media References on AIDS, 1981–1985, Sydney, Gay History Project. HARROP, M. PIMLOTT (Eds), The Media in British Politics, Aldershot, Gower/Avebury. HERZLICH, C. and PIERRET, J. (1989) ‘The Construction of a Social Phenomenon: AIDS in the French Press’, Social Science and Medicine, 29, 11, pp. 1235–42. HILEY, N. (1991) ‘News, Propaganda and Popular Culture in Britain’, Paper given at the Social History Society Conference, Lincoln. IVES, R. (1986) ‘The Rise and Fall of the Solvents Panic’, Druglink, 1, 4, pp.
In 1987 ITN broadcast a series of reports on what it called ‘AIDS in Africa’. 3, with comments such as: ‘The second of our special series “AIDS in Africa” reports now on Uganda’ (ITN 1745, 6 May 1987). 5). In the three and a half years of main news bulletins that were examined, the only country to be distinguished as different from the general picture was South Africa. In fact, on one occasion South Africa was described as ‘holding the line’ against an HIV invasion apparently threatening to surge across the border from black Africa (ITN 2200, 5 December 1986).
AIDS: Rights, Risk and Reason: Rights, Risk & Reason (Social Aspects of Aids Series) by Peter Aggleton
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