Santé, culture et soins dans le contexte du VIH en Guadeloupe. Une lecture intersectionnelle des catégorisations et des prises en charge

Abstract : This paper uses intersectionality as a way to analyze the models and subjectivities built by the French West Indian population in the era of the HIV/AIDS epidemics. It also analyzes how Haitian people are considered culturally different. It shows that HIV has been a mirror of different kinds of hierarchies within the gender relationships and prevention behaviors. The second part focuses on healers’ practices and the way they use culture as a pretext not to take care of the Haitian people as well the others. A medical context where hospitals are not efficiently managed may engender discriminatory processes.
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Stéphanie Mulot. Santé, culture et soins dans le contexte du VIH en Guadeloupe. Une lecture intersectionnelle des catégorisations et des prises en charge. Archipélies, Université des Antilles CRILLASH, 2018, Discriminations multiples et croisées, ⟨https://www.archipelies.org/256⟩. ⟨hal-02045279⟩

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