2002
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-71832002000100010
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Abstract: Analiso, neste artigo, os processos de formação identitária na sua relação com as formas de mobilização civil e associação voluntária no contexto da epidemia. Esses processos têm sido operados por meio de fatores como gênero, identidade sexual e doença. Priorizo a dimensão das identidades relacionadas à saúde e doença (identidades clínicas), o que envolve, por um lado, processos culturais e dinâmicas sociais mais gerais de estigmatização e de violência simbólica; por outro lado, a manutenção de estruturas de s… Show more

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“…The solitary condition and inactivity of many of the people living with HIV/ AIDS is the result of the enduring portrayal which links AIDS to death and also the stigma that falls upon infected people. From the beginning of the epidemic, a mass of depictions about the disease have been socially and culturally established, and, coercively, have been imposed on the individuals (Valle, 2002;Seffner, 1995). These depictions " […] have an important role in the process of identity construction, in the formation of groups and in the ways in which health and sickness are being experienced" (Valle, 2002, p. 197).…”
Section: Aspects Of a New Time Period In The Hiv Conditionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The solitary condition and inactivity of many of the people living with HIV/ AIDS is the result of the enduring portrayal which links AIDS to death and also the stigma that falls upon infected people. From the beginning of the epidemic, a mass of depictions about the disease have been socially and culturally established, and, coercively, have been imposed on the individuals (Valle, 2002;Seffner, 1995). These depictions " […] have an important role in the process of identity construction, in the formation of groups and in the ways in which health and sickness are being experienced" (Valle, 2002, p. 197).…”
Section: Aspects Of a New Time Period In The Hiv Conditionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Furthermore, within the predicaments of the personifications regarding AIDS, that of the AIDS patient (which emerged towards the end of the 1980s) still persists and is constituted by a stigmatized personification, in the words of Goffman (1988). The plight of being characterized as marked for death, however, is confined only to a known carrier of the disorder (Valle, 2002). The recurring fear of people living with AIDS is the moment of revelation of being HIV positive and the resulting retreat of others in a society known to be discriminatory, as showed by statements of participants of both groups.…”
Section: Aspects Of a New Time Period In The Hiv Conditionmentioning
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“…Muitos desses avanços na legislação são resultados de uma ação forte de organizações não-governamentais (ONGs) que, desde o início da epidemia, se mantêm ativas, no intuito de proteger a saúde e a cidadania dos portadores do HIV/AIDS. A partir da década de 1990, as diversas ONGs que surgiram voltadas a essa área trouxeram ações e um discurso de solidariedade, com crítica ao sentimento de pena e ao preconceito e estigmatização 60 .…”
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“…17 Apesquisa de Valle (2002) no Grupo pela Vidda/R] (valorização, integração e dignidade do doente de Aids), mostra como há tensões que pemleiam as relações nesta instituição, dentre elas, está a do "status sorológico", no qual as pessoas HIV+ consideram-se emocionalmente mais envolvidas com a causa do que as HIV-, com maior legitimidade defendida para as primeiras.…”
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