HIV/AIDS in Florida Research Paper by Neatwriter

HIV/AIDS in Florida
The implementation of a comprehensive community response to HIV/AIDS in Miami-Dade, Florida.
# 61699 | 12,879 words | 35 sources | MLA | 2005 | US
Published on Oct 22, 2005 in Sociology (General) , Medical and Health (General)


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Description:

This paper looks at the problem of HIV/AIDS and the issue of a comprehensive community response to it with a focus on the community of Miami-Dade, Florida. It reviews literature that deals mostly with urban, black individuals. It also discusses this issue and interlocks five specific hypotheses that deal with this problem and what can be done to ease it.
Outline
Abstract
Chapter One
Introduction
Statement of the Problem
Chapter Two
Review of Related Literature
History
Chapter Three
Procedures
Sources of Information
Setting
Sample Survey
Sample Population
Survey Instrument
Definition of Terms
Statement of the Major Issues
Research Questions
Hypotheses
Collection of the Data
Chapter Four
Findings
Analysis of the Data
Interpretation of the Data
Examination of the Hypotheses
Summary Finding of Hypotheses Number Two
Summary Finding of Hypotheses Number Three
Summary Finding of Hypotheses Number Four
Summary Finding of Hypotheses Number Five
Chapter Five
Discussion, Implications, and Recommendations
Discussion of Level of Responses
Summary of Findings
Question Number One
Question Number Two
Question Number Three
Question Number Four
Question Number Five
Implications of the Findings
Conclusions
Recommendations

From the Paper:

"Many communities do not react well to individuals that have HIV/AIDS because they automatically assume that these individuals are drug users do or homosexuals. Often, these individuals do belong to one of these categories. However, there are also many individuals who received HIV/AIDS through unprotected sex with someone they felt was clean, through a blood transfusion, or through a partner that they believed to be monogamous and later discovered actually was not. Some of these individuals did not live the kind of lifestyle that one would associate with HIV/AIDS, and even those that do or did live this kind of lifestyle likely did not ask for this kind of disease and should not be shunned by their community. "

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