作 者：Mark M. Lanier (ed.)
出 版 社：Ashgate Pub Co
版 次：1 edition
I S B N：9780754624585
本書原定價250.00美 ，淨重860克，館藏自然舊。【圖書分類：犯罪學】The occurrence of HIV/AIDS has affected every aspect of justice systems worldwide. There are legal, law enforcement, and custody issues abound. This volume provides a comprehensive overview of these issues as well as strategies and solutions.
The material in this volume is arranged under five main subject headings: physiological, medical and disease trends; legal, policy and administrative care issues; custody, supervision and treatment issues; behavioural interventions, knowledge and attitudes; future trends, global impact and ethical issues.
Introduction; Physiological, Medical and Disease Trends; R. Parker (2002), The global HIV/AIDS pandemic, structural inequalities and the politics of international health; E. Sumartojo (2000), Structural factors in HIV prevention: concepts, examples, and implications for research; N.R. Bardhan (2002), Accounts from the field: a public relations perspective on global AIDS/HIV; J.D. Altman and M.B. Feinberg (2004), HIV escape: there and back again; R.C. Desrosiers (2004), Prospects for an AIDS vaccine; O. Grusky, H. Liu and M. Johnston (2002), HIV/AIDS in China: 1990-2001; Legal, Policy And Administrative Care Issues; R. D'Amelio, E. Tuerlings, O. Perito, R. Biselli, S. Natalicchio and S. Kingma (2001), A global review of legislation on HIV/AIDS: the issue of HIV testing; D. Valette (2002), AIDS behind bars: prisoners' rights guillotined; L.O. Gostin, D.W. Webber (1998), HIV infection and AIDS in the public health and health care systems: the role of law and litigation; David W. Webber, Self-incrimination, partner notification and the criminal law: negatives for the CDC's 'Prevention for Positives' initiative; Anonymous (2002), Procedural, jurisdictional and litigation questions: AIDS standing; B. Zaitzow (2001), Whose problem is it anyway? women prisoners and HIV/AIDS; Custody, Supervision and Treatment Issues; M.L.A. Tiamson (2002), Challenges in the management of the HIV patient in the third decade of AIDS; S. Chippindale and L. French (2001), ABC of AIDS: HIV counselling and the psychosocial management of patients with HIV or AIDS; M. Welch (2000), The correctional response to prisoners with HIV/AIDS: morality, metaphors and myths; M.M. Lanier and S. Gates (1996), An empirical assessment of the AIDS Risk Reduction Model (ARRM) employing probit analyses; Behavioral Interventions, Knowledge and Attitudes; R.A. Thompson and J.W. Marquart (1998), Law enforcement responses to the HIV/AIDS epidemic: selected findings and suggestions for future research; J. Flavin (1998), Police and HIV/AIDS: the risk, the reality, the response; R. Tewksbury, F.V. Gennaro and S. Cummings (1998), Injection drug users and HIV risk behaviours: the criminal justice professional's role in identifying and responding to risk behaviours; T. Edwards and R. Tewksbury (1996), HIV/AIDS; State police training practices and personnel policies; K.B.Keeton and C. Swanson (1998), HIV/AIDS education needs assessment: a comparative study of jails and prison inmates in Northwest Florida; Future Trends, Global Impact and Ethical Issues; A. J. Lemelle (2003), Linking the structure of African American criminalization to the spread of HIV/AIDS; J. Crane, K. Quirk and A. van der Straten (2002), Come back when you're dying: the commodification of AIDS among California's urban poor; E.J. Trickett (2002), Context, culture and collaboration in AIDS interventions: ecological ideas of enhancing community impact; J. Pierret (2000), Everyday life with AIDS/HIV: surveys in the Social Sciences; Index.
About the Author：
Mark M. Lanier is Associate Professor of Criminal Justice in the Department of Criminal Justice & Legal Studies at the University of Central Florida, USA.