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Chapter 4

chapter 4

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Geography
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GGRB28H3
Professor
Mark Hunter

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Chapter 4 GGRB28
Walking through the idea of Haitis problems with AIDS
oFarmer found a perspective of biosocial rather than the current fuzzy term
of holistic
Critical epidemiology had the power to reveal a great deal about a novel infectious
disease
During Farmers time in Haiti, AIDS was once became the accusation of sorcery
oFarmer saw as sign of dread and hatred and social inequalities
To answer the rapid-spreading of HIV; looking @ an anthro point of view changes in
politics, economics transformation and their outcome of mortality, morbidity,
survival rates and etc
The problem in Haiti was not physical or political geography, it was moral
geography geography of blame
Solange Eliodor was dead after spending her final years on a rickety boat and later
prison
oThe practitioners denied that she had TB or suffered a blow to the head
oInstead they pronounced her to die from toxoplasmosis of the brain
In this case it showed misreport
oIn the sample of Haitians population who were diagnosed with AIDS, many
seemed to have blood transfusion; but Americans said theres a mystery to it
In the Haitian cases, there were wide ranges of theories in the attempt of explaining
the causes and origin of AIDS
North America and Europe linked AIDS in Haiti to voodoo practices
oMIT made some sort of claim like that
oA detailed research could of proven that was not the case
4.2 Chronology of the AIDS/HIV epidemic in Haiti
First Kaposis sarcoma report in Haiti in 1979
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Chapter 4 GGRB28 Walking through the idea of Haitis problems with AIDS o Farmer found a perspective of biosocial rather than the current fuzzy term of holistic Critical epidemiology had the power to reveal a great deal about a novel infectious disease During Farmers time in Haiti, AIDS was once became the accusation of sorcery o Farmer saw as sign of dread and hatred and social inequalities To answer the rapid-spreading of HIV; looking @an anthro point of view changes in politics, economics transformation and their outcome of mortality, morbidity, survival rates and etc The problem in Haiti was not physical or political geography, it was moral geography geography of blame Solange Eliodor was dead after spending her final years on a rickety boat and later pri
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