Communications programming for HIV/AIDS: An annotated bibliography

This document contains 667 references and has been organized according recent findings in our review of the application of current communication frameworks to HIV/AIDS communication. In short, there seems to be a consensus among academics, researchers, and practitioners that a new framework in HIV/AIDS communication must not only take into account theoretical and practical frameworks traditionally applied to HIV/AIDS communication (namely theories in social psychology), but also must consider the concept of context, defined as the interrelations of five key domains: government policy, spirituality, gender relation, culture, and socio-economic status. In other words, future HIV/AIDS communication efforts must address individual beliefs and actions within certain contexts that influence HIV/AIDS education and prevention.

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