2000
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-311x2000000700008
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Pobreza e HIV/AIDS: aspectos antropológicos e sociológicos

Abstract: Focusing on the HIV/AIDS epidemic as a summation of several epidemics coexisting in

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“…Our results reinforce the ongoing change of transmission dynamics of HIV/AIDS infection, from socio-economically well-off population groups in urban centers, to more socio-economically deprived vulnerable populations in rural areas, with a consequent increased risk for concomitant TB infection. Our data confirm previous studies indicating tremendous social inequalities being a major risk for co-infection 17,18 .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 92%
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“…Our results reinforce the ongoing change of transmission dynamics of HIV/AIDS infection, from socio-economically well-off population groups in urban centers, to more socio-economically deprived vulnerable populations in rural areas, with a consequent increased risk for concomitant TB infection. Our data confirm previous studies indicating tremendous social inequalities being a major risk for co-infection 17,18 .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 92%
“…We emphasize that the North and Northeast regions, the poorest regions of the country, showed increasing mortality rates in the study period 17 . Our results reinforce the ongoing change of transmission dynamics of HIV/AIDS infection, from socio-economically well-off population groups in urban centers, to more socio-economically deprived vulnerable populations in rural areas, with a consequent increased risk for concomitant TB infection.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 72%
“…With the development of studies about the disease and the first study searching for a treatment, the concept of "risk group" started to be criticized because of its objectivist and analytical-discriminative feature (12)(13) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The concept of social vulnerability encounters the reality currently faced by the AIDS epidemic, since there is a greater occurrence of this disease in the marginalized sector of the society (12)(13) . The concept of vulnerability, applied to the HIV/AIDS infection has been approached through the articulated assessment of three central components: the individual, the social and the programmatic.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…No que tange o conceito de feminização da aids, ela é fartamente registrada na literatura sobre o tema, exigindo atenção não apenas naquilo que diz respeito às mulheres propriamente, mas a seus possíveis filhos. Rodrigues Jr e Castilho EA 13 , entre outros, associam a feminização da aids à vulnerabilidade feminina em relação, entre outras condições, à menor possibilidade de acesso aos serviços de saúde e menor capacidade de negociar sexo seguro 12 . No entanto, cabe considerar no mosaico de epidemias regionais -o que poderá ser aprofundado em estudos futuros -a crescente inserção das mulheres no mercado de trabalho, nos últimos anos, e o já mencionado crescimento do ensino superior, pelo menos no Estado de São Paulo, o que convida a pensar em novas hipóteses para o crescimento da aids entre mulheres.…”
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