By Pranee Liamputtong
This publication specializes in the problems encountered via little ones and teenagers who're dwelling with HIV/AIDS. It examines their lived studies linked to HIV/AIDS, and experiences teams of youngsters and kids from around the world. Connecting empirical info with real-life occasions, the publication brings jointly effects from empirical study that pertains to those young ones and youth. Its chapters can be utilized as proof for future health care companies to enforce socially and culturally acceptable prone to aid members and teams of kids and youngsters who're residing with HIV/AIDS in lots of societies. lots of those youth are from the main marginalized and weak teams; and plenty of were orphaned by means of the dying in their HIV-positive mom and dad. Marginalized kids reminiscent of refugees, migrants and road kids are such a lot in danger a result of use of illicit medicines, their publicity to unprotected intercourse (in trade for nutrition, cash and protection), and stigma linked to their marginalized lives. The impression that HIV/AIDS has at the possibilities for those kids that allows you to lead fit grownup lives is substantial. This publication supplies a voice to those little ones and kids and advances our knowing in their lived studies and needs.
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2009; Vijayan et al. 2009; Dorrell and Katz 2013; Rydström et al. 2013; see Chaps. 5, 6, 7, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22). Secrecy (non-disclosure) is a means that individuals who experience stigma use to hide their “discredited identity” (Goffman 1974). Disclosure has received much attention in literature concerning HIV/AIDS. HIV disclosure or nondisclosure is a complex phenomenon. There are various issues influencing the decision-making and process of disclosure. The experiences of a person living with HIV/AIDS who decides to disclose or not disclose is also diverse.
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Children and Young People Living with HIV/AIDS: A Cross-Cultural Perspective by Pranee Liamputtong