Living with AIDS: Experiencing Ethical Problems
SAGE Publications, 17 ago. 1993 - 251 páginas
There has been much written about ethical problems, but little about the actual experiences of those facing such problems. This volume presents the real life moral dilemmas of people with AIDS, and their resolution, involving such issues as relationships, sexuality, discrimination and death. Their stories, told in their own words, illustrate how individual and societal responsibility can lead to ethical living and effective resolutions to ethical problems involving AIDS, as well as ethical problems in general.
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Ethical Problems Involving Alcohol and Drugs
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Researching the Vulnerable: A Guide to Sensitive Research Methods
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