Common at its Core: HIV-Related Stigma Across Contexts

Common at its Core: HIV-Related Stigma Across Contexts

Jessica Ogden, Laura Nyblade
2005

This report, a synthesis of findings from research in four countries, presents evidence suggesting that HIV and AIDS-related stigma is far less varied and context-specific than may have been imagined. In fact, there are many more similarities than differences across these contexts in the key causes of stigma, the forms stigma takes, and the consequences of stigma.

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