HIV/AIDS in young adult novels an annotated bibliography by Melissa Gross

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Published by Scarecrow Press in Lanham, Md .

Written in English

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book details

StatementMelissa Gross, Annette Y. Goldsmith, Debi Carruth
ContributionsGoldsmith, Annette Y., Carruth, Debi, 1969-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ1232 .G76 2010, PS374.A39 .G76 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24422353M
ISBN 109780810874435, 9780810874442
LC Control Number2010020714

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Gross, Goldsmith, and Carruth decided to research how young adult novels deal with HIV/AIDS. Using the following criteria: a main character in the young adult range (eleven to nineteen), at least one character who is either HIV positive or has AIDS, written in English, and published between andthey found ninety-three young adult novels for their study.5/5(1).

X HIV/AIDS in Young Adult Novels Not long after becoming public health concerns in the s, HIV and AIDS were featured in a number of. 4 How Controllable Is HIV/AIDS" 5 Young Adult Novels with HIV/AIDS Content as a Body of Literature Part II Annotated Bibliography, Appendixes.

A Young Adult Novels with HIV/AIDS Content Publication by Year B Young Adult Novels in Which HIV/AIDS Is Central to the Story C Young Adult Novels in Which HIV/AIDS Is a Price: $ Get this from a library.

HIV/AIDS in young adult novels: an annotated bibliography. [Melissa Gross; Annette Y Goldsmith; Debi Carruth] -- Not long after becoming public health concerns in the s, HIV and AIDS were featured in a number of works of fiction, though such titles were written primarily for adult readers.

Mirroring the. In HIV/AIDS in Young Adult Novels: An Annotated Bibliography, the authors address this gap by identifying and assessing the full range of young adult novels that include HIV/AIDS content. This resource is comprised of two major : Scarecrow Press. This book identifies and assesses more than 90 young adult novels that include HIV/AIDS content.

Each entry in the bibliography contains an annotation that summarizes the plot and how HIV/AIDS is depicted in the story, an indication of the accuracy of the HIV/AIDS content, a note on how central HIV/AIDS is to the story, and an evaluation of the literary quality of the book.

In HIV/AIDS in Young Adult Novels: An Annotated Bibliography, the authors address this gap by identifying and assessing the full range of young adult novels that include HIV/AIDS content.

This resource is comprised of two major parts. New book by Gross: HIV/AIDS in Young Adult Novels Posted by Robert Branciforte on Octo May 7, Dr.

Melissa Gross of the School of Library & Information Studies at The Florida State University has co-written a book, HIV/AIDS in Young Adult Novels: An Annotated Bibliography, with Annette Y.

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Not long after becoming public health concerns in the s, HIV and AIDS were featured in a number of works of fiction, Brand: Scarecrow Press.

In their recent content analysis, HIV/AIDS in Young Adult Novels: An Annotated Bibliography, authors Melissa Gross, Annette Y. Goldsmith, and Debi Carruth provide readers with the first book Author: Thomas Crisp. After spending the last 15 years writing young-adult novels, Julia Alvarez’s back in the adult market with Afterlife, a book about grief, love, Not too long ago, HIV/AIDS was considered a death sentence, and those diagnosed with the disease were stigmatized and ostracized by family and strangers alike.

YA NOVELS AND HIV/AIDS • leaves many story facts related to HIV/AIDS unexplained or unknown [5]. The current study brings this investigation forward by focusing on young adult novels published between and to see if these findings are reflected in more recent novels for young adults. HIV/AIDS in young adult novels book HIV/AIDS Information and Library Services.

Annette Y. Goldsmith is lecturer in the University of Washington Information School. She is coauthor of HIV/AIDS in Young Adult Novels: An Annotated Bibliography (Scarecrow, ). She has chaired and served on the Association for Library Service to Children Mildred L.

Batchelder : Marilyn Irwin. Since the publication of M.E. Kerr’s Night Kites, the first US young adult novel featuring a character who is HIV positive, HIV/AIDS has been gradually finding a place in young adult literature.

1 Two related content analyses of young adult novels with an HIV positive character describe this body of literature and the picture of the disease.

I start the book back in Randy’s time,but take it past when Randy was no longer alive and show how here, at last, were all of these discoveries which were changing the face of HIV/Aids in wealthy countries. We had the International HIV/Aids Conference in Vancouver in There were some 8, HIV/Aids specialists there.

lives by reading young adult novels featuring a character who is HIV positive, but it is not always evident from its book jacket that a book discusses HIV/AIDS.

This US-based study investigates how the jacket reflects the HIV/AIDS content of a novel in which the disease is central to the plot, and what picture of HIV/AIDS the jacket presents.

IRIN Tomorrow is World AIDS Awareness Day, and the theme for the next several years is “Getting to zero: zero new HIV infections. Zero discrimination. Zero AIDS related deaths.” Despite advances in treatment and an increased awareness about transmission of the disease, the statistics related to HIV positive individuals and new infection rates are alarming: million in the United States.

Information Vaccine: Using Graphic Novels as an HIV/AIDS Prevention Resource young men. Eighty percent of 15 to 24 year-olds who are newly diagnosed with HIV/AIDS in South Carolina are African-American (South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, ).

The rate of reported new HIV/AIDS cases. HIV/AIDS in Young Adult Literature. a (non exhaustive) bibliography Part of the "Cascades" series offering hardback novels to be explored in the classroom, this is the funny and moving account of a boy's quest to save his brother.

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The Developing Discourse on HIV/AIDS in Young Adult Novels Article in New Review of Children s Literature and Librarianship 15(1) April with 10 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Kids love bedtime stories.

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With all of the book choices at. HIV/AIDS in Young Adult Novels: An. Annotated Bibliography. Lanham, Md: Scarecrow Press. This bibliography, which evaluates the treatment of HIV/AIDS in YA Novels, is potentially relevant to many LGBTQ+ young adults, particularly those of color, a population which is disproportionately at risk for HIV/: Halah June Bevard.

Hi everyone. I hope no one suffered too much from the cold. And yes I know, it is nearly dinner time but, let's face it, it is *never* to. When I started working on my young adult novel My Life After Now, which is about a teenage girl who learns she is HIV-positive, the only thing I was thinking about was telling a good story.

Okay, I knew I specifically wanted to tackle the subject of HIV/AIDS because not only has teen literature largely skirted the issue, but society as a whole has become somewhat complacent about the virus. So far, she has published two novels, Control and Catalyst, which both fall into the genre of science fiction, and attract a young adult audience.

Her upcoming book A Beautiful Poison strays Author: Gloria Rothenberg. Using a content analysis approach, the researcher studied messages about HIV/AIDS contained in young adult novels.

The researcher found that while there has been an increase in the number of young adult titles that include a character with HIV/AIDS, the total number of titles is still small.

Young adult novels that feature characters living with HIV/AIDS are pretty rare. Young adult novels that feature characters living with HIV/AIDS are mostly in the “precautionary tale” vein, meaning the HIV-positive character is depicted as a pitiable subject who teaches the main character (and reader) about the dangers of sex and/or.

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Judy Mikovits is a modern-day Rosalind Franklin, a brilliant researcher shaking up the old boys' club of. Remaking a Life uses the HIV/AIDS epidemic as a lens to understand how women generate radical improvements in their social well being in the face of social stigma and economic disadvantage.

Drawing on interviews with nationally recognized AIDS activists as well as over one hundred Chicago-based women living with HIV/AIDS, Celeste Watkins-Hayes. The real story began the moment Gulliver got to the first of the book’s strange lands, and it ended when he came home.

Milieu stories always follow that structure. An observer who sees things the way we’d see them gets to the strange place, observes things that interest him, is transformed by what he sees, and then comes back a new person. A brief talk on hiv aids college seminer 1.

A brief talk on HIV / AIDS Dibyendu Dutta Consultant Bankura Biswajit Patra PH Wings Bankura 2. About HIV and AIDS A virus known as the Human Immuno-Deficiency causes disruption of immunity or body defense mechanism. Eventually several things are resolved, but Russel is left heartbroken when Kevin decides to remain in the closet to protect himself.

Russel’s story is continued on in four installments and a short story that talks about HIV/AIDs. You can read an excerpt of The Geography Club here.

The Rainbow Boys trilogy from Alex Sanchez is a treat. HIV/Aids - Abordagem para o aluno de Enfermagem eBook is an electronic version of a traditional print book THIS can be read by using a personal computer or by using an eBook reader.

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Great to know. I'm currently working on my first piece of young adult fiction. I'm wrapping it up now and it's at 42, I was wondering if my book was going to be too short.

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Through the fun and intimacy of a book club, readers will discuss health and wellness topics important to them and their loved ones as well as discover NIH National Library of Medicine consumer. The Russel Middlebrook Series is a series of young adult fiction novels written by Brent series follows the lives and love lives of Russel Middlebrook and his friends as they create the Geography Club, a safe space for gay teenagers and eventually the.

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Release date: June 4 What it's about: It's the height of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Reza, a young and closeted Iranian teen, is new to NYC. Soon, he begins dating Judy, who quickly falls in.

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