By Emma Durden (auth.), Dennis A. Francis (eds.)
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See the hope: Using arts based methodologies to challenge HIVrelated stigma. Education as Change, 10(2), 53-65. , & Rimmensberger, N. (2008). Between the cracks: Out-of-school youth and discourses of HIV/AIDS. Journal of Psychology in South Africa, 38(4), 603-613. , & Zisser, A. (2006). Youth have a new view on AIDS, but are they talking about it? African Journal of AIDS Research, 5(2), 189-196. Freire, P. (1970). Pedagogy of the oppressed. New York: Herder and Herder. , & Martin, K. S. C. (2002).
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Jabu: It was difficult to argue with them (the actors) … When they were saying it is difficult to discuss sex topics with the parents … I also will find it difficult to talk with my parents about such things and so for me not to talk to my parents is something that is correct … I don’t want to change that … I would not know how to start to talk to parents about sex … so I froze on stage because I accept that it is difficult to change that. The posing of questions can thus pose a crisis to a participant.
Acting on HIV: Using Drama to Create Possibilities for Change by Emma Durden (auth.), Dennis A. Francis (eds.)