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A.I.D.S. Today And Tomorrow

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A.I.D.S. Today And Tomorrow by Robert S. Walker
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Since its publication in 1991, Robert Walker's book has become the standard student text on AIDS - for courses dealing with both social issues and natural disasters or epidemics. This completely revised second edition is updated through the Spring of 1994 and includes data released at that time. With a broad-based introduction, utilising a wide-range of sources in a unified and manageable way, Walker uses the virus itself, its characteristics, and our perception of it, as the foundation for his analysis. The character of the epidemic is seen as a function of the virus, thus his examination integrates politics, economics, avoidance issues, and scientific research with the biology of HIV.The topics include discussions of linguistic usages and metaphors applied to AIDS and their consequent policy significance; the impact of the epidemic on those professional groups engaged in researching cures and treatments; a historical-epidemiological comparison of the bubonic plague and the AIDS epidemic; the policy implications deriving from the nature of HIV itself; behaviour impact on individuals seeking to avoid AIDS; avoidance strategy and risk assessment; economic and political impacts; and a conjectural view of the future through the prism of the current epidemic.

Author Biography

Robert Searles Walker, Emeritus Professor, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, has also held faculty appointments, fellowships, or lectureships at the University of California, Los Angeles, the University of Michigan, Oklahoma State University, and Rice University, and has been the recipient of distinguished teaching and research awards.
Release date NZ
June 19th, 1994
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Humanity Books
Pages
275
Dimensions
155x230x18
ISBN-13
9781573924887
Product ID
2250460

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