2006
DOI: 10.5433/2176-6665.2006v11n2p153
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Abstract: RESUMOEste artigo tem como objetivo apreender, a partir da análise da experiência da doença e da trajetória de vida, as mudanças ocorridas na vida de mulheres HIV+ do Estado do Paraná depois de sua inserção no movimento político de HIV!Aids desse estado. Visa, ainda, entender as motivações que as levaram a se mobilizar e a forma como a perspectiva de gênero na experiência da doença interfere nessas motivações e na sua formade atuação política.Tendo-se como pressuposto teórico-metodológico aabordagem antropológ… Show more

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“…In this sense, subjects are in constant becoming through relations that are constantly forged and re-forged, without assigning individuals and relations to a single domain of reified abstraction. 9 I refer here to my Master's dissertation (Ferreira, 2006), which addresses the trajectories of HIV-positive heterosexual women working within HIV+ political activism. All the women interviewed contracted the virus from men with whom they had stable (heterosexual and monogamous) relationships, referred to as marriage or dating.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…In this sense, subjects are in constant becoming through relations that are constantly forged and re-forged, without assigning individuals and relations to a single domain of reified abstraction. 9 I refer here to my Master's dissertation (Ferreira, 2006), which addresses the trajectories of HIV-positive heterosexual women working within HIV+ political activism. All the women interviewed contracted the virus from men with whom they had stable (heterosexual and monogamous) relationships, referred to as marriage or dating.…”
Section: Revisiting Anonymous Support Groupsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Connected from the outset with 'cutting edge' scientific research, AIDS drugs and biomedical treatments were soon available to HIV infected people. In addition, different forms of AIDS activism were created and gained legitimacy through their cogent demands for the recognition of particular rights and benefits for people with HIV in specific national contexts (Pollak 1988;Patton 1990;Kayal 1993;Altman 1994;Epstein 1996; Weeks et al 1996;Ariss 1997;Gatter 1999;Fillieule & Broqua 2000;Fassin 2007;Sívori 2007;Nguyen 2010;Gregoric 2013;Smith 2013), including Brazil (Vallinoto 1991Parker 1990 Parker , 1994Bastos 1999;Silva 1999;Galvão 1997 Galvão , 2000Valle 2000 Valle , 2002Pelúcio Silva 2002;Ferreira 2006;Biehl 2007;Lima & Jeolás 2008;Cunha 2011) 5 . Law making and political struggles for citizenship have thus been a central issue in relation to the epidemic in Brazil.…”
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confidence: 99%