2018
DOI: 10.1590/0104-07072017002910017 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Objective: to describe the experience of applying of The Silences Framework to underpin health research investigating Tuberculosis/ HIV/AIDS coinfection.Method: the Silences Framework originally developed following a study exploring the decisions and silences surrounding black Caribbean men living in England, discussing the themes 'sexual health' and 'ethnicity'. Following this study, a conceptual theory for research on sensitive issues and health care of marginalized populations was developed called 'Screamin… Show more

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“…The research was developed through the methodology of The Sound of Silence, in four different stages (3)(4)(5)(6)(7) . In the first, a literature review was carried out to delimit the research object.…”
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“…The research was developed through the methodology of The Sound of Silence, in four different stages (3)(4)(5)(6)(7) . In the first, a literature review was carried out to delimit the research object.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
“…Data analysis (fourth stage) followed the guidelines proposed in the theoretical framework of The Sound of Silence methodology (3)(4)(5)(6)(7) . The interviews were transcribed and read with the desire to find units of analysis (words or phrases) that could be grouped into common units, referring to the objective of analyzing how belonging to certain social groups contributed to constituting the vulnerabilities associated with TB/HIV/AIDS coinfection.…”
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“…The Silences Framework has been used in a range of empirical studies, which centralize previously hidden or marginalized aspects of human experience in specific contexts that are deemed "sensitive." These have included studies of experiences of health provision for newly released offenders (Eshareturi et al, 2015;Eshareturi et al, 2014), exploration of HIV stigma within Black Sub-Saharan African communities residing in the UK (Nyashanu and Serrant, 2016), living with comorbidities of HIV and Tuberculosis in Brazil (Rossetto et al, 2018) and the recovery experiences of young adults following proximal fracture of the femur following a low velocity fall (Janes et al, 2018) with further studies currently underway.…”
Section: The Silences Framework (Overview)mentioning