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11/28/2017

In high school some of my teachers were very strict about MLA formatting, and while my internal citations may not always be entirely correct in terms of formatting, I feel that I am good at knowing where to put a citation and avoiding plagiarism of even small phrases because I was taught to organize the… Read More 11/28/2017

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Ruth Muze & Elijah O. Onsomu (2017) Our Children, Our Hope: Voices of African American Mothers Living with HIV and Rearing Uninfected Children, Journal of Community Health Nursing, 34:3, 160-168, DOI: 10.1080/07370016.2017.1340770 Introduction to Parenting with HIV Though living with HIV is no longer a death sentence, there are still stigmas carried with the disease… Read More Annotated Bibliography 10

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Teti, Michelle, Bryana French, Loida Bonney, and Marguerita Lightfoot. “‘I Created Something New with Something That Had Died’: Photo-Narratives of Positive Transformation Among Women with HIV.” AIDS And Behavior 19, no. 7 (July 2015): 1275–87. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10461-015-1000-7. There is an overwhelming lack of evidence surrounding women with HIV and their attitudes, but according to this source,… Read More Annotated Bibliography 9

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  “Impact of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic on Mortality in Children, United States.” Accessed November 3, 2017. http://pediatrics.aappublications.org.ezproxy.gsu.edu/content/pediatrics/87/6/806.full.pdf.   The authors of this source analyzed the mortality rates of children younger than 15 years of age in the year 1988, which was the most recent these statistics were available. The statistics are derived from… Read More Annotated Bibliography 8

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Vandemoortele, Jan, and Enrique Delamonica. The “Education Vaccine” against HIV. Vol. 3, 2000. Introduction: AIDS has affected groups of people in different way depending on how they are socially advantaged or disadvantaged. When HIV started, educated members of society were the most vulnerable, but as information increased, they changed their behavior and soon became the… Read More Annotated Bibliography 7

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Meyer, Jaimie P., Alexei Zelenev, Jeffrey A. Wickersham, Chyvette T. Williams, Paul A. Teixeira, and Frederick L. Altice. “Gender Disparities in HIV Treatment Outcomes Following Release From Jail: Results From a Multicenter Study.” American Journal of Public Health 104, no. 3 (March 2014): 434–41. https://doi.org/10.2105/AJPH.2013.301553.   In this longitudinal study focusing on how gender is… Read More Annotated Bibliography 6