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HIV and AIDS Stigma and Discrimination in China: Results from a National Survey
Asia-Pacific Population Journal (2009)
  • Karen Hardee
  • Tim Manchester
  • Victor Yuan
  • Benjamin Y. Clark, Cleveland State University
  • Amy Qi
  • Sarah Bradley
  • Zoe Shen
Abstract

Because stigmatizing and discriminatory attitudes and tendencies are largely prevalent in China, national and local mass media interventions have an important role to play in making Chinese citizens aware of the debilitating effects of stigma and discrimination and in reinforcing information on HIV/AIDS to reduce baseless fears of transmission.

Keywords
  • HIV/AIDS; Stigma & Discrimination; China
Publication Date
2009
Citation Information
Karen Hardee, Tim Manchester, Victor Yuan, Benjamin Y. Clark, et al.. "HIV and AIDS Stigma and Discrimination in China: Results from a National Survey" Asia-Pacific Population Journal Vol. 24 Iss. 2 (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/benjamin_clark/2/