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  1. Support for HIV Testing and HIV Criminalization Among Offenders Under Community Supervision, Brad Barber and Bronwen Lichtenstein, Research in the Sociology of Health Care, Volume 33, 253-273 (2015)

    In a survey of 197 Alabama probationers and parolees to determine offenders' knowledge of HIV and Alabama’s HIV-specific criminal law, and their level of support for HIV testing and mandatory disclosure, the vast majority supported both testing and c ...

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  2. Changing Patterns of Diagnoses and Prevalence of HIV Infection Among Latinos Indicate Need for More Effective Prevention Intervention Strategies for Targeted Communities (2015)

    Latinos are disproportionately affected by HIV infection in the United States. The rate of HIV infection in 2013 was nearly three times that of non-Hispanic whites according to the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) published by the Centers for ...

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  3. Moving Beyond Biomedicalization in the HIV Response: Implications for Community Involvement and Community Leadership Among Men who have Sex with Men and Transgender People, Peter Aggleton & Richard Parker, American Journal of Public Health (2015)

    Despite biomedical advances in the fight against HIV, Aggleton and Parker argue, many socially excluded groups continue to face disproportionately high transmission rates, as well as stigma, discrimination, and violence. They see this failure as a result ...

    admin - 10/13/2015 1:21pm

  4. Releasing Stigma: Police, Journalists and Crimes of HIV Non-Disclosure in Canada, Kyle Kirkup, Ottawa Law Review (2015)

    Kyle Kirkup explores Canadian police and media practices that stigmatize people living with HIV (PLWH) and facilitate the public’s belief that HIV and PLWH are dangerous. ...

    admin - 10/22/2015 9:57am

  5. Prison Rape Elimination Act Litigation and the Perpetuation of Sexual Harm, Gabriel Arkles, NYU Journal of Legislation and Public Policy (2014)

    In this article author Gabriel Arkles gives a scholarly analysis of the role of the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) in prison litigation. ...

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  6. Discussing the Limits of Confidentiality: The Impact of Criminalizing HIV Nondisclosure on Public Health Nurses’ Counseling Practices, Public Health Ethics Volume 7, Number 3, Chris Sanders (2014)

    This article explores whether and how public health nurses in Canada try to control information about the limits of confidentiality at the outset of HIV post-test counseling. ...

    admin - 10/22/2015 11:12am

  7. Estimating Per-Act HIV Transmission Risk: A Systematic Review, Patel et al, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014

    This study updates previous risk estimates of HIV transmission from parenteral (intravenous), vertical (mother to fetus), and sexual exposures, and assesses the modifying effects of numerous factors including condom use, male circumcision, and antiretrovir ...

    admin - 10/22/2015 11:15am

  8. Sexual Victimization in Prisons and Jails Reported by Inmates, 2011–12, U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Statistics, 2014

    These tables and data, published by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), are based on sexual victimization surveys of self-identified transgender respondents in federal prisons and jails. ...

    admin - 10/22/2015 11:15am

  9. Prevention, Not Prejudice: The Role of Federal Guidelines in HIV Criminalization Reform, Sarah J. Newman, Northwestern University Law Review (2013)

    This law review article examines the federal government’s attempts to set national guidelines for HIV criminalization and offers recommendations for improvements that could be made under the HIV REPEAL Act. ...

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