The Intellectual Basis for Latino AIDS Policy: Towards the Humanities and Health Policy
Hayes-Bautista, David E.
Journal of Medical Humanities. 1992 Winter; 13(4): 235-246.
The AIDS epidemic touches upon basic humanities themes: sex, death and social worth, to name just three. AIDS policy in general builds upon society's discourse on these topics. The growing Latino population (25% of California and Texas) needs an AIDS policy that builds upon the Latino humanities tradition. The contours of the Latino intellectual tradition, as focused on issues attendant to health, are presented, with examples from Aztec, colonial and modern times.
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