AIDS and Religious Life in Malawi: Rethinking How Population Dynamics Shape Culture

Jenny Trinitapoli  By the same author


In countries severely affected by the AIDS epidemic, religious leaders may show a certain pragmatism in adapting to the realities of the disease, sometimes changing their doctrines and their teachings in order to protect those who are ill and limit the spread of the disease. Should a person with an HIV-infected spouse abandon his or her partner to avoid contamination, or stay to provide care’ (…)

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