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Geography
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GGRB28H3
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Mark Hunter

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Mohanty:
- Third world women are viewed as uniformed.
- Our theory affects our practice, if we see women as passive, uneducated, we would
approach them a certain way when it comes to health care.
- Western feminist are oppressing third-world women by not giving them any agency.
- While there is oppression among women in the third world, some have power in there
own way.
Treichler:
- Talks about the media representations of AIDS in Africa.
- Focuses on the stereotypes of African culture and sexual practices.
- To the world Africa is seen as a homogenous society. Continent in Agony.
- Media portrays Africans as apathetic towards HIV AIDS.
- African media is ignored by the west.
Paul Farmer:
- The idea that AIDS came from Haiti to America.
- Haitians are stereotyped as having AIDS due to race and culture.
- Farmer says that it was in fact Americans partaking in the Haitian sex trade that spread
AIDS to Haiti.
- The spread of AIDS follows three stages: Americanization, Feminization and
Ruralization.
- Americanization: male to male sex spreads AIDS through sex trade.
- Feminization: Male prostitutes spread AIDS to there female partners.
- Ruralization: Infected individuals spread AIDS from urban areas to rural areas.
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Mohanty: - Third world women are viewed as uniformed. - Our theory affects our practice, if we see women as passive, uneducated, we would approach them a certain way when it comes to health care. - Western feminist are oppressing third-world women by not giving them any agency. - While there is oppression among women in the third world, some have power in there own way. Treichler: - Talks about the media representations of AIDS in Africa. - Focuses on the stereotypes of African culture and sexual practices. - To the world Africa is seen as a homogenous society. Continent in Agony. - Media portrays Africans as apathetic towards HIV AIDS. -
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