ASRU Publications

Year Author Title Publication type
2009 Nicoli Nattrass Still Crazy After All These Years: The Challenge of AIDS Denialism for Science Journal article
2009 Brendan Maughan-Brown, Atheendar S. Venkataramani and Timothy L. Mah Concurrent sexual partnerships among individuals on HAART in South Africa: An opportunity for HIV prevention Working paper
2009 Feri Gwata Traditional male circumcision: What is its socio-cultural significance among young Xhosa men? Working paper
2009 Nicoli Nattrass Poverty, Sex and HIV Journal article
2005 Nicoli Nattrass Social Dynamics: AIDS and healing strategies in South Africa Edited collection
2007 Andrew Dawes, Rachel Bray, Amelia van der Merwe Monitoring Child Well-Being: A South African rights-based approach Edited collection
2009 Joanne Wreford Worlds Apart? Religious interpretations and witchcraft in interpretations and witchcraft in for HIV/AIDS in South Africa. Working paper
2009 Alexander Andrews The Dispensing Fee for Medications: The Negative Effects of Pricing Uncertainty on Pharmacy Practise in South Africa Working paper
2009 Joanne Wreford The pragmatics of knowledge transfer: an HIV/AIDS intervention with traditional health practitioners in South Africa Working paper
2009 Alizanne Collier Getting the whole story: How managerial perspectives on Antamina Mining Company’s environmental strategy can alter the received wisdom about the role of international NGOs in shaping policy Working paper
2009 Nathan Geffen Beyond HAART: scientists and activists need to work together Journal article
2009 Nathan Geffen Justice After AIDS Denialism: Should There Be Prosecutions and Compensation? Journal article
2009 Rene Brandt The mental health of people living with HIV/AIDS in Africa: a systematic review Journal article
2009 Elizabeth Mills and Busisiwe Magazi From Rhetoric to Reality: An Empirical Appraisal of South Africa’s 2007-2011 HIV/AIDS National Strategic Plan Working paper
2009 Nathan Geffen and Edwin Cameron The deadly hand of denial: Governance and politically-instigated AIDS denialism in South Africa Working paper
2009 Sara Cooper and Jane Harries ‘If I Could Properly Understand and Get the Right Information’: A Qualitative Study on the Sexual and Reproductive Health Needs and Rights of HIV-positive Women Working paper
2009 Nicoli Nattrass and Gregg Gonsalves Economics and the Backlash against AIDS-Specific Funding Working paper
2009 Nicoli Nattrass Cultural obstacles to the rollout of antiretrovirals: language, region and the backlash against AIDS funding Working paper
2005 Lawrence Edwards Has South Africa liberalised its trade? Journal article
2007 Joanne Wreford Rapprochement or Resistance? Utilising Traditional Healing  Principles and Practice to Enhance HIV/AIDS Treatment in South Africa Chapter in book
2003 Jonathan Morgan & the Bambanani Women’s Group Long Life: Positive HIV Stories Book
2004 Nicoli Nattrass Unemployment and AIDS: The social-democratic challenge for South Africa Chapter in book
2003 Nicoli Nattrass The state of the economy: A crisis of employment Chapter in book
2005 Nicoli Nattrass Economic growth and transformation in the 1940s Chapter in book
2005 Nicoli Nattrass Rolling out antiretroviral treatment in South Africa: economic and ethical challenges Chapter in book
2005 Nicoli Nattrass and Jeremy Seekings The political economy of the basic income grant in South Africa Chapter in book
2004 Nicoli Nattrass and Jeremy Seekings The ‘new (global) economy' and inequality in South Africa Chapter in book
2007 Nicoli Nattrass Disability and Welfare in South Africa’s Era of Unemployment and Aids Chapter in book
2007 Andrew Dawes, Amelia van der Merwe and René Brandt A monitoring dilemma: orphans and children made vulnerable by HIV and AIDS Chapter in book
2003 Nicoli Nattrass AIDS, economic growth and income distribution in South Africa Journal article

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