Semester: Wintersemester 2016/2017

3.90.151 FÄLLT AUS Nexus between migration and HIV/AIDS: Does it matter?


Beschreibung

Die Veranstaltung findet statt im Rahmen des Studiengangs EMMIR ist aber für andere Studierende der Universität geöffnet. Für Fragen wenden Sie sich bitte an emmir@uni-oldenburg.de

Carried out by Joyceline Ntoh Yuh, PhD candidate

Outline
Migration has been significantly linked to not only the mobility of people but also diseases. Migration is therefore perceived as risk factor for the widespread of diseases. The assumption here is that migrants are more likely to move with disease from their country of origin to the receiving countries. Specifically migrants also carry with them their sociocultural behaviors that increase the likelihood of transmission of HIV. Migrants are more likely to have multiple sexual partners, have limited access to social services and few social support networks. During the workshop we shall together unravel the relationship between migration and HIV based on diverse theoretical underpinnings. Finally we shall examine the implications of migration in relation to HIV.

Readings
Brockerhoff, M. and Biddlecom, A.E., 1999. Migration, Sexual Behavior and the Risk of HIV in Kenya. International Migration Review 33 (4), p.833-856.
Cassels, S., Jenness, S.M. and Khanna, A.S., 2013. Conceptual Framework and Research Methods for Migration and HIV Transmission Dynamics. AIDS Behav.
Deacon, H., 2005. Understanding HIV/Aids Stigma – A Theoretical and Methodological Analysis. Cape Town: HSRC Press.
Haour-Knipe, M. et. al., 2013. HIV and “People on the Move”: Six Strategies to Reduce Risk and Vulnerability during the Migration Process. International Migration 52 (4), p.9-25.
Hunt, C.W., 1996. Social vs Biological: Theories on the Transmission of Aids in Africa. Soc. Sci. Med. 42 (9), pp.1283-1296.
McMahon, T. and Ward, P.R., 2012. HIV among immigrants living in high-income countries: a realist review of evidence to guide targeted approaches to behavioural HIV prevention. Systematic Reviews 1 (56), p. 1-23.
Weine, S.M. and Kashuba, A.B., 2012. Labor Migration and HIV Risk: A Systematic Review of the Literature. AIDS Behav No. 16, p.1605-1621.
Zimmerman, C., Kiss, L., and Hossain, M., 2011. Migration and Health: A Framework for 21st Century Policy-Making. PLOS Medicine 8 (5), p.1-7.

DozentIn

Studienmodule

  • ipb618 Transculturality and Cultural Mobility
  • mir130 Theorizing Historical and Contemporary Migration Processes & Intercultural Relations
  • mir320 Theory and Methods in Migration Studies

Lehrsprache
englisch

empfohlenes Fachsemester
1