HHS 435 Week 3 DQ 1 Discrimination of the AIDS Population


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Week 3 DQ 1 Discrimination of the AIDS Population

In Chapter 13 of the text, the author gives an analogy concerning discrimination of the AIDS population. It is under "Who Is Responsible for AIDS?" in the second paragraph. Post your reaction to his analogy and comment on his statement "Groups of disposable people". What strategies/tactics can the Human Service worker apply/utilize to combat this type of attitude? Respond to two of your classmates' posts.

I believe the entire population affected by HIV/AIDS virus cannot be blamed for the fatal contraction. There are those infected people who know they are infected but do not disclose the fact to their partners. They have the chance of making the right decision when it comes to having intercourse or sharing their used needles. It...

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