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Mapping Bodies: Corporeal Erasure and Re-presentation in AIDS-Related Stigma

By Anya Subotzky


This paper investigates how body mapping workshops, for HIV positive persons, can be used as an effective tool for therapy as well as advocacy to address AIDS-related stigma. The paper explores how two core theoretical issues, namely the construction of stigma and the reception of stigma, relate to the socio-psychological processes of stigma

Topics: mapping workshops, HIV/AIDS, stigma
Publisher: University of Cape Town
Year: 2016
OAI identifier: oai:open.uct.ac.za:11427/19362
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