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Title:Sexuality, intimacy and counselling: perspectives from Africa
Editors:Moyer, EileenISNI
Burchardt, MarianISNI
Dijk, Rijk vanISNI
Periodical:Culture, Health & Sexuality (ISSN 1369-1058)
Issue:4 Supplement
Notes:Special supplement on: Sexuality, intimacy, and counselling: perspectives from Africa
Geographic term:Subsaharan Africa
External link:https://doi.org/10.1080/13691058.2013.829977
Abstract:This special issue of Culture, Health & Sexuality is dedicated to examining practices of counselling on issues of intimacy and sexuality in contemporary Africa. Contents: Editorial introduction: Sexuality, intimacy and counselling: perspectives from Africa (Eileen Moyer, Marian Burchardt and Rijk van Dijk); Counselling against HIV in Africa: a genealogy of confessional technologies (Vinh-Kim Nguyen); The emergence and evolution of HIV counselling in Zambia: a 25-year history (Joseph Simbaya and Eileen Moyer); 'Confidant par excellence', advisors and healers: women traders' intersecting identities and roles in Senegal (Marieme S. Lo); The silence of South-Sudanese women: social risks in talking about experiences of sexual violence (Marian T.A. Tankink); Being tough, being healthy: local forms of counselling in response to adult death in northwest Tanzania (Josien de Klerk); 'Transparent sexualities': sexual openness, HIV disclosure and the governmentality of sexuality in South Africa (Marian Burchardt); Counselling and Pentecostal modalities of social engineering of relationships in Botswana (Rijk van Dijk); Public counselling: Brazilian Pentecostal intimate performances among urban women in Mozambique (Linda van de Kamp); Counselling clients to follow 'the rules' of safe sex and ARV treatment (Louise Mubanda Rasmussen, on Uganda); 'What mother wouldn't want to save her baby?' HIV testing and counselling practices in a rural Ugandan antenatal clinic (Eva Vernooij and Anita Hardon); Putting sex on the table: sex, sexuality and masculinity among HIV-positive men in Nairobi, Kenya (Emmy Kageha Igonya and Eileen Moyer); Sexual transgression and social disconnection: healing through community-based sociotherapy in Rwanda (Annemiek Richters, Théoneste Rutayisire and Henny Slegh). [ASC Leiden abstract]