By Peter Aggleton, Peter Davies, Graham Hart

In line with articles selected from the 6th annual 'Social facets of AIDS' convention, this ebook specializes in up to date bills of HIV/AIDS examine and linked social/sexual matters.

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Certainly television, as a more liberal consensual medium than the press, naturally conveyed that range of AIDS coverage. Alcorn (1989) has analyzed one particular programme which went out during AIDS week—the ‘AIDS Debate’, a special edition of the BCC1 programme, ‘Day to Day’, which attracted a late-night audience of four and a half million on Friday, 27 February 1987 (Alcorn, 1989). The programme was notable for a clash between the ‘New Right’ representatives— Christopher Monckton, a past member of Mrs Thatcher’s Policy Unit, and Graham Webster-Gardiner of Conservative Family Campaign, both of whom argued for 23 AIDS: Rights, Risk and Reason compulsory measures.

Some groups were specifically selected to ensure that the sample included old people as well as young, English people as well as Scottish, and black people as well as white. 1 Groups Involved in the Study Notes: 1. NACRO—National Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders; 2. SACRO—Scottish Association for the Care and Resettement of Offenders questionnaires and collectively to write their own news bulletin using a set of thirteen photographs. 2 The Photograph Which Generated Discussion about ‘Africa’ of the methodology).

African AIDS’: The Media and Audience Beliefs At which point his colleague interjected: Resp. 2: Haitians…that’s it. I remember now. (Doctors) In addition, participants often recalled detailed accounts of how the virus got from ‘over there’ to ‘here’ and were able to reconstruct media statements about ‘African AIDS’ which echoed media language, concepts and explanatory frameworks, and reiterated statistics, images and even presentational techniques from the television news. This will be illustrated by having a closer look at four themes and highlighting the problems in both the original media presentations and the audience reiteration of the constructs they work with.

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