AIDS: Effective health communication for the 90s

Ratzan, S. (Ed.) (1993). AIDS: Effective health communication for the 90s. Washington, D.C.: Taylor and Francis.

  • Maibach, E. W., Kreps, G. L., & Bonaguro, E. W. Developing strategic communication campaigns for HIV/AIDS prevention (pp. 15-35).
  • Ratzan, S. C. Health communication as negotiation: The COAST model and AIDS (pp. 37-51).
  • Zook, E. G., & Miller, K. I. The role of care partners in managing AIDS patients’ illness: Toward a triadic model of health care delivery.
  • Franzini, L. R. The paradox of accurate information increasing the fear of AIDS.
  • Fabj, V., & Sobnosky, M. J. Responses from the street: ACT UP and community organizing against AIDS.
  • Brenders, D. A., & Garrett, L. Perceived control in the age of AIDS: A review of prevention information in academic, popular, and medical accounts.
  • Biddle, N., Conte, L., & Diamond, E. AIDS in the media: Entertainment or infotainment (pp. 141-150).
  • Payne, J. G. & Mercuri, K. A. Crisis in communication: Coverage of Magic Johnson’s AIDS disclosure .
  • Marlier, J. Freedom of the press to cover HIV/AIDS: A clear and present danger? (pp. 175-88).
  • Bartlett, C. L. Communication disorders in adults with AIDS.
  • Levy, M. L. Van Der Meulen, J. P. & Apuzzo, M. L. J. Neurosurgical professionalism and care in the treatment of patients with symptomatic AIDS.
  • Hein, K. K., Blair, J. F., Ratzan, S. C., & Dyson, D. E. Adolescents and HIV: Two decades of denial (pp. 215-232).
  • Ratzan, S. C., & Payne, J. G. Thinking globally, acting locally: AIDS action 2000 plan.