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Religious Responses to HIV and AIDS Hardcover – 26 Jun 2014
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About the Author
Miguel Muñoz-Laboy is an Associate Professor at Temple University, USA, and a public health and social work researcher whose work focuses on the intersections of social and cultural factors on determinants of HIV risk.
Jonathan Garcia is an Associate Research Scientist at Columbia University, USA, and a political anthropologist with extensive field research focused on HIV and AIDS and community mobilization in Brazil and the United States.
Joyce Moon-Howard is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Sociomedical Sciences at Columbia University, USA, and a specialist in community-involved public health research primarily among minority communities with a long-standing research and programmatic interest in religious responses to HIV and AIDS. She is a specialist in community involved public health research primarily among minority communities and has had a long-standing research and programmatic interest in religious responses to HIV and AIDS domestically and internationally.
Patrick A. Wilson is an Associate Professor of Sociomedical Sciences at Columbia University, USA, and a community psychologist with more than a decade of experience examining the intersecting roles that psychological factors and socio-contextual factors (i.e., discrimination and stigma, religion) play in explaining HIV risk and protective behaviours among racial/ethnic and sexual minority populations.
Richard Parker is a Professor of Sociomedical Sciences and Anthropology at Columbia University, USA, and is one of the pioneer scholars in examining the structural factors and the political economy of the global HIV/AIDS epidemic.
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