References

Armelagos, G., Ryan, M., & Leatherman, T. (1990). Evolution of infectious disease—a biocultural analysis of AIDS. American Journal of Human Biology/, 2(4), 353-363. Asencio, M. (1999). Machos and sluts: Gender, sexuality, and violence among a cohort of Puerto Rican adolescents. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 13(1), 107-126. Baer, H. A., Singer, M., & Susser, I. (1997). Medical anthropology and the world system. Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey. Basham, R. (1978). Urban anthropology: The cross-cultural study of complex societies. Palo Alto, CA: Mayfield. Bourgois, P. (1995). In search of respect: Selling crack in El Barrio.

New York: Cambridge University Press. Bourgois, P. (1996). Office work and the crack alternative among Puerto Rican drug dealers in East Harlem. In G. Gmelch & W. P. Zenner (Eds.), Urban life, readings in urban anthropology (pp. 418-431). Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press. Bourgois, P. (1999). The moral economies of homeless heroin addicts: Confronting ethnography, HIV risk, and everyday violence in San Francisco shooting encampments. Substance Use and Misuse, 33(11), 2323-2351. Clatts, M. C., Davis, W. R., Sotheran, J. L., & Atillasoy, A. (1998). Correlates and distribution of HIV risk behaviors among homeless youth in New York City: Implications for prevention and policy. ChildWelfare, 77(2), 195-207. Clatts, M. C., & Davis. W. R. (1999). A demographic and behavioral profile of homeless youth in NYC: Implications for AIDS outreach and prevention. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 13(3), 365-374.

Decosas, J., & Padian, N. (2002). The profile and context of the epidemics of sexually transmitted infections including HIV in Zimbabwe. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 78(1), 140-146.

Dressler, W. (1990). Culture, stress and disease. In T. M. Johnson & C. F. Sargent (Eds.), Medical anthropology: Contemporary theory and method (pp. 248-268). New York: Praeger.

Dressler, W. (1993). Health in the African-American community: Accounting for health inequalities. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 7(4), 325-345.

Eames, E., & Goode, J. (1996). Coping with poverty: A cross-cultural view of the behavior of the poor. In G. Gmelch & W. P. Zenner (Eds.), Urban life, readings in urban anthropology (pp. 378-392). Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press.

Engels, F. (1892). The condition of the working-class in England in 1844. London: Swan Sonnenschein & Co.

Farmer, P. (1995). Culture, poverty, and the dynamics of HIV transmission in rural Haiti. In: H. Brummelhuis and G. Herdt (Eds.): Culture and Sexual Risk: Anthropological Perspectives on AIDS. New York: Gordon: 3-28.

Farmer, P. (1999). Infections and inequalities: The modern plagues. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Farmer, P. E., Conners, M., & Simmons, M. (Eds.). (1996). Women, poverty, and AIDS: Sex, drugs, and structural violence. Monroe, ME: Common Courage Press.

Farmer, P., Lindenbaum, S., & DelVeccio-Good, M. J. (1993). Women, poverty and AIDS: An introduction. Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry, 17, 387-397.

Foster, G. M., & Kemper, R. V. (1996). Fieldwork in cities. In G. Gmelch & W. P. Zenner (Eds.), Urban life, readings in urban anthropology (pp. 135-150). Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press.

Fullilove, M., Green, L., & Fullilove, R. (1999a). Building momentum: An ethnographic study of inner-city redevelopment. American Journal ofPublic Health, 86(6), 840-844.

Fullilove, R. E., Fullilove, M. T., Northridge, M. E., Ganz, M. L., Basset M. T., McLean D. E., et al. (1999b). Risk factors for excess mortality in Harlem: Findings from the Harlem Household Survey. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 16(3S), 22-28.

Glasser, I. (1994). Homelessness in global perspective. New York: G.K. Hall.

Goode, J., & Eames, E. (1996). An anthropological critique of the culture of poverty. In G. Gmelch & W. P. Zenner (Eds.), Urban life, readings in urban anthropology (pp. 405-417). Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press.

Hannerz, U. (1969). Soulside. New York: Columbia University Press.

Hannerz, U. (1980). Exploring the city: Inquiries toward an urban anthropology. New York: Columbia University Press.

Hecht, T. (1998). At home in the street: Street children of Northeast Brazil. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press.

Himmelgreen, D., Perez-Escamilla, R., Segura-Millan, S., Peng, Y., Gonzalez, A., Singer, M., et al. (2000). Food insecurity among low income Hispanics in Hartford, CT: Implications for the public health policy. Human Organization, 59(3), 334-342.

Hopper, K. (1988). More than passing strange: homelessness and mental illness in New York City. American Ethnologist, 15(1): 155-167.

Jochelson, K., Mothibeli M., and J. P. Leger. (1991). Human immunodeficiency virus and migrant labor in South Africa. International Journal of Health Services: Planning, Administration, Evaluation 2191: 157-173.

Kendall, C., Hudelson, P., Leontsini, E., Winch, P., Lloyd, L., & Cruz, F. (1991). Urbanization, Dengue, and the health transition: Anthropological contributions to international health. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 5(3), 257-268.

Liebow, E. (1967). Tally's corner. Boston: Little, Brown.

Low, S. (1999). Introduction. Theorizing the city. In S. M. Low (Ed.), Theorizing the city: The new urban anthropology reader (pp. 1-36). New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Manderson, L. (1998). Applying medical anthropology in the control of infectious disease. Tropical Medicine and International Health, 3(12), 1020-1027.

Marks, C. (1991). The urban underclass. Annual Review of Sociology, 17, 445-466.

McDade, T. W., & Adair, L. S. (2001). Defining the "urban" in urbanizations and health: A factor analysis approach. Social Science and Medicine, 53, 55-70.

Merry, S. E. (1981). Urban danger: Life in a neighborhood of strangers. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Merry, S. E. (1996). Urban danger: Life in a neighborhood of strangers. In G. Gmelch & W. P. Zenner (Eds.), Urban life, readings in urban anthropology (pp. 47-59). Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press.

Morsy, S. (1990). Political economy in medical anthropology. In T. M. Johnson & C. F. Sargent (Eds.), Medical anthropology: Contemporary theory and method (pp. 26-46). New York: Praeger.

Nation, M., & Rebhun, L. (1988). Angels with wet wings won't fly. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 12(2), 141-200.

Parker, R. (1995). The social and cultural construction of sexual risk, or how to have (sex) research in an epidemic. In: H. Brummelhuis and G. Herdt (Eds.): Culture and Sexual Risk: Anthropological Perspectives on AIDS. New York: Gordon: 257-269.

Parker, R., Easton, D., & Klein, C. (2000). Structural barriers and facilitators in HIV prevention: A review of international research. In E. Sumartojo & M. Laga (Eds.), AIDS: Structural factors in HIV prevention, 1^(Suppl. 1), S22-S32.

Romero-Daza, N., & Himmelgreen, D. (1998). More than your money for labor: Migration and the political economy of AIDS. In M. Singer (Ed.), The political economy of AIDS (pp. 185-204). New York: Baywood.

Rubenstein, R. A., & Lane, S. D. (1990). International health and development. In T. M. Johnson & C. F. Sargent (Eds.), Medical anthropology: Contemporary theory and method (pp. 367-390). New York: Praeger.

Sabatier, R. (1996). Migrants and AIDS: Themes of vulnerability and resistance. In M. Haour-Knipe & R. Rector (Eds.), Crossing borders: Migration, ethnicity and AIDS (pp. 87-101). London: Taylor & Francis.

Sanjek, R. (1990). Urban anthropology in the 1980s: A worldview. Annual Review of Anthropology, 19, 151-186.

Schell, L. M. (1996). Cities and human health. In G. Gmelch & W. P. Zenner (Eds.), Urban life, readings in urban anthropology (pp. 135-150). Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press.

Schensul, S. and M. Borrero. (1982). Introduction: The Hispanic Health Council. Urban Anthropology, 11(1): 1-8

Scheper-Hughes, N. (1984). Infant mortality and infant care: cultural and economic constraints on nurturing in Northeast Brazil. Social Science and Medicine 1995: 535-546.

Scheper-Hughes, N. (1985). Culture, scarcity, and maternal thinking: maternal detachment and infant survival in a Brazilian shantytown. Ethos 13(4): 291-317.

Scheper-Hughes, N. (1992). Death without weeping: The violence of everyday life in Brazil. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Schoepf, B. G. (1992). Gender relations and development: Political economy and culture. In A. Seidman, & F. Anang (Eds.), Twenty-First century Africa: Toward a new vision of self-sustaining development (pp. 203-241). Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press.

Schoepf, B. G., Engundu, W., Wa Nkera, R., Ntsomo, R., & Schoepf, C. (1991). Gender, power, and risk of AIDS in Zaire. In M. Turshen (Ed.), Women and health in Africa. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press.

Singer, M. (1994). AIDS and the health crisis of the U.S. urban poor: The perspective of critical medical anthropology. Social Science and Medicine, 39(7), 931-948.

Singer, M. (1996). A dose of drugs, a touch of violence, a case of AIDS: Conceptualizing the SAVA syndemic. Free Inquiry, 24(2), 99-110.

Spradley, J. (1970). You Owe Yourself a Drunk: An Ethnography of Urban Nomads. Boston: Little Brown.

Stack, C. B. (1974). All our kin: Strategies for survival in a black community. New York: Harper & Row.

Stall, R., Heurtin-Roberts, S., McKusick, L., Hoff, C., & Wanner-Lang, S. (1990). Sexual risk for HIV transmission among singles-bar patrons in San Francisco. In R. Vlack & W. F. Skinner (Eds.), AIDS and the social sciences: Common threads (pp. 100-123). Lexington: University of Kentucky Press.

Sterk, C. E., Elifson, K. W., & German, D. (2000). Female crack users and their sexual relationships: The role of sex-for-crack exchanges. The Journal of Sex Research, 37(4), 354-360.

Susser, I. (1982). Norman street: Poverty and politics in an urban neighborhood. New York: Oxford University Press.

Susser, I. (1999). Creating family forms: The exclusion of men and teenage boys from families in the New York City shelter system. In S. M. Low (Ed.), Theorizing the city: The new urban anthropology reader (pp. 67-82). New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Susser, I., & Kreniske, J. (1997). Community organizing around HIV prevention in rural Puerto Rico. In G. C. Bond, J. Kreniske, I. Susser, & J. Vincent (Eds.), AIDS in Africa and the Caribbean, (pp. 51-64). Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

Susser, I., & Stein, Z. (2000). Culture, sexuality, and women's agency in the prevention of HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa. American Journal ofPublic Health, 90(7), 1042-1048.

Voeten, H., Egesah, O., Ondiege, M., Varkevisser, C., & Habbema, J. D. (2002). Clients of female sex workers in Nyanza Province, Kenya: A core group in STD/HIV transmission. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 29(8), 444-452.

Wallace, R. (1988). A synergism of plagues: "Planned shrinkage," contagious housing destruction and AIDS in the Bronx. Environmental Research, 47, 1-33.

Wallace, R. (1990). Urban desertification, public health and public order: Planned shrinkage, violent death, substance abuse and AIDS in the Bronx. Social Science and Medicine, 31(7), 801-813.

Wallace, R., Fullilove, M, Fullilove, R., Gould P., and D. Wallace (1994). Will AIDS be contained within U.S. minority populations? Social Science and Medicine 39(8): 1051-1062.

Waterston, A. (1993). Street addicts in the political economy. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Whyte, W. F. (1943). Street corner society. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Sexuality, Reproduction, and the

Life Cycle

Was this article helpful?

0 0
The Polarity Path

The Polarity Path

The Effects Polarity Has on Career and Health. Get All The Support And Guidance You Need To Be A Success At Understanding Polarity. This Book Is One Of The Most Valuable Resources In The World When It Comes To The Effects Polarity Has on Career and Health.

Get My Free Ebook


Post a comment