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Uncomfortable research: expectations and experiences in examinations of HIV/AIDS and ‘hope’ in Serbia

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Serbia isn’t the first, or even the tenth, country that generally comes to mind when thinking about places deeply affected by HIV/AIDS. But in common with the rest of the Eastern European region it has a pressing HIV problem. With an emerging concentrated epidemic, a severely weakened health infrastructure and the ongoing political and economic ‘transition’ Serbia experiences significant challenges …

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Methodologies on Transcriptions

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The study of HIV/AIDS as a medical and social issue poses significant methodological and ethical questions. The sensitivity and complexity of the subject matter has the potential to produce innovative methodologies across, between and beyond the sciences. The Methodologies series is a space for reflecting on experiences in the field, thinking about research, practice and advocacy, and considering how knowledge …