|Title||“Bad Mothers” and the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Saskatchewan, Canada|
|Created by:||Pamela J. Downe|
|Description:||Looks at the impact of mother blame and stigmatization on Aboriginal women who are living with or affected by HIV/AIDS and injection drug use. Includes experiences of three women author encountered while working with AIDS Saskatoon.
Entire book on one pdf. To read this chapter scroll to p. 103.
Chapter from Bad Mothers: Regulations, Representations, and Resistance edited by Michelle Hughes Miller, Tamar Hager, and Rebecca Jaremko Bromwich.
|Categories:||Indigenous Studies Portal > Society > Children & Youth
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|Names:||Downe, Pamela J. [Find offline items]