AIDS, Drugs and Society (Sourcebook on Contemporary Controversies Series)

AIDS, Drugs and Society (Sourcebook on Contemporary Controversies Series)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 256 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780970213020
  • DDC分類 614.599392

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Brings together articles that address the interconnected epidemics of HIV/AIDS and drug abuse. The substantive part of the book offers different sides of two key debates in the field. The editor places particular importance on 'harm reduction' a policy attempting to decrease the adverse consequences of drug use without total prohibition. The book ends with examples of harm reduction initiatives, human rights treaties and a glossary of key terms.NER(01): GB

Table of Contents

Introductory Essay                                 8  (11)
Part 1: Background Readings concerning 19 (88)
intravenous drug use and HIV
Harm Reduction: History Definition and 20 (36)
Practice
Diane Riley
Pat O'Hare
The Interconnected Epidemics of Drug 56 (15)
Dependency and AIDS
Larry Gostin
Interventions to prevent HIV risk behaviors 71 (29)
HIV/AIDS and the Drug Culture: Shattered Lives 100(7)
Elizabeth Hagan
Joan Gormley
Part 2: Policy Aspects 107(60)
The Control of Drugs 108(26)
Michael Gossop
Drug Legalization Harm Reduction and Drug 134(15)
Policy
Robert DuPont
Eric Voth
To Take Up Arms against the Sea of Drugs 149(18)
Alex Wodak
Part 3: Human Rights Aspects 167(59)
Impact of Legal and Public Policy Measures to 168(25)
Control Drug Use on Human Rights
Norbert Gilmore
Clinical Progress and the Future of HIV 193(19)
Exceptionalism
Ronald Bayer
Some Thoughts on AIDS Exceptionalism and 212(14)
Public Health Sentimentalism
Scott Burris
Part 4: Sources 226(67)
A. EXAMPLES OF HARM REDUCTION INITIATIVES
Interventions for Injecting Drug Users 228(23)
Abu Abdul-Quader
Don Des Jarlais
Anindya Chatterjee
Elizabeth Hirky
Samuel Friedman
Syringe Exchanges: A Public Health Response 251(6)
to Problem Drug Use discussion
GM Cox
MC Lawless
SP Cassin
TW Geoghegan
Decline in Self-Reported High-Risk 257(4)
Injection-Related Behaviors Among
HIV-Seropositive Participants in the
Baltimore Needle Exchange Program
John Vertefeuille
Melissa Ann Marx
Waimar Tun
Steven Huettner
Steffanie A. Strathdee
David Vlahov
B. HUMAN RIGHTS TREATIES AND GUIDELINES
Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS, Global 261(19)
Crisis - Global Action
Universal Declaration of Human Rights: 280(1)
Article 3, Article 19, Article 25
International Covenant on Economic Social and 281(1)
Cultural Rights Article 12
Extracts from the General Comment no. 14 to 282(3)
the Article 12
The International Covenant on Civil and 285(2)
Political Rights: Article 9, Article 17,
Article 26
The European Convention for the Protection of 287(2)
Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms Article
5.1, Article 8.1
The International Convention Against Illicit 289(2)
Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic
Substances, article 14
International Guidelines on HIV/AIDS and 291(2)
Human Rights Guideline 3, Guideline 4
Part 5: Glossary 293