By Saskia Faulk
The unfold of HIV/AIDS impacts companies in all sectors, all industries and all nations. for firms and organisations far and wide, the query isn't any longer even if to do so on HIV/AIDS yet which activities to take. Complete with a powerful assortment of complex heritage and examine on HIV/AIDS and a foreword by Dr. Peter Piot, former Executive Director of UNAIDS, this volume collects case stories of managers all over the world confronted with demanding HIV/AIDS-related administration judgements. AIDS and Business will fascinate the common reader looking an realizing of the HIV/AIDS pandemic and to the complex reader trying to strengthen a extra refined realizing of the effect of the illness. The case experiences during this quantity, set in 9 nations, element the issues facing companies working in parts the place HIV/AIDS incidence is transforming into. the subjects discussed include knowing the function of social and cultural elements within the unfold of HIV, the various companies and associations battling the epidemic, designing an HIV communications crusade, HIV checking out, moral matters, advertising ethics and CSR, condoms advertising, and designing an HIV place of work software. valuable as a source on HIV/AIDS and enterprise, a suite of case experiences, or a coaching device, this publication features a distinct variety of tools for learning to appreciate the epidemic, designed from a grounded and functional company point of view.
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148 For political reasons, certain HIV myths may be developed or fostered about a particular group in society. 150 Among Southern African miners there were competing beliefs about HIV, such as the belief that HIV/AIDS may be cured by traditional healers, such as shamans, faith healers, and herbalists, combined with “Western” doctors, chemists, and alternative medicine. HIV/AIDS and other diseases are thought to be caused by an enemy’s curse. A traditional healer may restore the social harmony that caused the problem.
In most countries where AIDS has been studied, certain groups are more at risk than others. Generally, at-risk groups include the poor, females, and young people. 4 sets out the main socioeconomic groups considered to be vulnerable to contracting HIV/AIDS, organized into three groups. 4 Socioeconomic Groups Vulnerable to HIV/AIDS Underprivileged populations Culturally destabilized groups Other specific risk groups The poor Disintegrated families Segregated groups Women and girls Unemployed Men who have sex with men Young people Refugees/displaced people Commercial sex workers People lacking in schooling Domestic/foreign migrants Intravenous drug users Mobile workers Prisoners Armed forces Primary source: UNESCO/UNAIDS.
90 Since the earliest HIV/AIDS cases became known in the 1980s, the body of social-sciences research on the spread of the epidemic has grown and changed in focus. Once the proximal causes of HIV spread were established, researchers began to consider the distal causes which are social and economic (Link and Phelan, 1995). Regardless of the context of infection, it is striking that HIV is mainly spread through the most intimate of human interactions. These interactions are regulated by powerful norms, values, traditions, and motivations which are within the realm of social psychology, sociology, and cultural studies.
AIDS and Business (Routledge Advances in Management and Business Studies) by Saskia Faulk