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Senegal: Prostitution - Frontline of the War to Contain HIV
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Women at a Crossroads by Michelle Lewis Renaud ,. HIV ravaged the African continent faster and earlier than any other in the world, spreading primarily through unprotected heterosexual sex. Kaolack, Senegal is a town where travellers and prostitutes converge, and HIV transmission rates have soared, especially among the prostitutes.
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The women portrayed keep their profession a secret from their families and friends, but abide by Senegalese law which states that prostitution is legal for those who register with the police and undergo bi-monthly health examinations. By observing one clinic's successful AIDS education campaign, anthropologist Michelle Renaud demonstrates that information presented in a culturally appropriate manner can, in fact, achieve the difficult goal of behaviour change. Although these women claim to be trapped by the social and political forces that have led them to enter prostitution, Renaud argues that they have taken control of their destinies in an inspiring fashion.
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Paperback , pages. Published March 3rd by Routledge first published Although these women claim to be trapped by the social and political forces that have led them to enter prostitution, Renaud argues that they have taken control of their destinies in an inspiring fashion. This engaging book, with its emphasis on cultural context especially local religious and health-related beliefs and practices and its wealth of practical implications most notably regarding male condom acceptance , belies that notion in a compelling way, through the words of sensible and courageous women involved in legal prostitution in Senegal, West Africa.
Based on dissertation research, the book describes a remarkably successful AIDS education project under which prostitutes not only changed their own behavior but also that of their clients.
There are practical ideas for AIDS prevention education here, and there is also good anthropology. Renaud used a variety of ethnogra. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Book Description Routledge, Condition: New. Never used!.