Aids discourse

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AIDS Discourse
Teun A. van Dijk

October 2013
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Holt, M., & Stephenson, N. (2006). Living with HIV and negotiating psychological discourse. Health, 10(2), 211-231. [[[gay men; living with hiv; positive thinking; psychological discourse; subjectivity; improve clinical outcomes; psychosocial interventions; social support; ]]]
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