AIDS Education

Interventions in Multi-Cultural Societies

  • Inon I. Schenker
  • Galia Sabar-Friedman
  • Francisco S. Sy

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Theoretical and Conceptual Frameworks

  3. The People’s Voice: Legislation and Policy Making

  4. A Tale of Three Countries

    1. Juan Carlos Medina
      Pages 71-74
    2. Manolis Chrispofides
      Pages 75-80
    3. Z. Ben-Ishai
      Pages 81-85
  5. Women and AIDS

  6. Programs, Interventions, Practices

    1. Isabel Martinez, Joana Prats
      Pages 113-118
    2. Lynn Dalrymple, Alan Jaffe
      Pages 119-123
    3. Wilfried Belschner, Werner Lesemann
      Pages 125-129
    4. Michael Closen, Charles Chejfec
      Pages 131-139
    5. Caren Weilandt, Sema Bademli-Wiecha, Andreas Geiger
      Pages 141-148
    6. Caren Weilandt, Michel Rotily
      Pages 173-177
  7. Evaluating Interventions: What Does Work?

    1. David J. Schonfeld, Ellen C. Perrin, Marcia Quackenbush, Linda L. O’Hare, Donald R. Showalter, Domenic V. Cicchetti
      Pages 179-187
    2. Teresa Spadea, Piero Borgia, Valeria De Pascali, Patrizia Schifano, Carlo A. Perucci
      Pages 189-194
    3. May G. Kennedy, Peggy O’Hara, Ronald R. Fichtner, Martin Fishbein
      Pages 195-201
    4. Silvana J. Erbstein, Charles L. Greenblatt, Inon I. Schenker
      Pages 203-216
  8. AIDS and Religion

    1. Michael A. Whyte
      Pages 221-229
    2. Inon I. Schenker, Galia Sabar-Friedman
      Pages 251-254
    3. Navarro R. Orlando
      Pages 255-259
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 261-265

About this book


Sixteen years into the AIDS epidemic, our understandings of the virus, its transmis­ sion, modes of controlling blood banks and testing are relatively well established. In the last decade, we have also experienced an astonishing amount ofnew social science research ena­ bling us to better understand concepts like risk taking, gender-related prevention, women's health, and youth psychology,just to mention a few. In almost every country in the world, efforts have been made to respond affirmatively to the challenge of stopping the further spread of HIVI AIDS. Educational interventions have ranged from re-inventing the wheel to innovative programs, using a variety of health educa­ tion methods. The field of evaluation research now provides us a better understanding of what works and what does not work. Issues relating to human rights, the relationship be­ tween the affected and the healthlmedical professional communities, and to the inequality in the delivery ofpreventive and educational services are becoming an important part ofthe de­ bates and discussions in the concerned societies.


AIDS AIDS prevention HIV HIV prevention HIV/AIDS Migration Public Health World Health Assembly prevention

Editors and affiliations

  • Inon I. Schenker
    • 1
  • Galia Sabar-Friedman
    • 2
  • Francisco S. Sy
    • 3
  1. 1.Braun School of Public Health and Community MedicineHebrew University - Hadassah and The Jerusalem AIDS ProjectJerusalemIsrael
  2. 2.Tel Aviv UniversityTel AvivIsrael
  3. 3.University of South Carolina School of Public HealthColumbiaUSA

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