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Privacy and Disclosure of Hiv in interpersonal Relationships A Sourcebook for Researchers and Practitioners (Lea"s Communication Series) by Kathryn Greene

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Published by Lawrence Erlbaum .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • AIDS: social aspects,
  • Medical,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Communication,
  • Health Care Delivery,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines / Communication,
  • Interpersonal Relations,
  • Physician & Patient,
  • AIDS (Disease),
  • HIV-positive persons,
  • Privacy,
  • Reporting,
  • Social aspects

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages288
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11280969M
ISBN 100805836942
ISBN 109780805836943

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  Privacy and Disclosure of Hiv in interpersonal Relationships book A Sourcebook for Researchers and Practitioners By Kathryn Greene, Valerian J. Derlega, Gust A. Yep, Sandra PetronioCited by: Disclosing an HIV diagnosis remains a decision process fraught with difficulty and despite encouraging medical advances, an HIV diagnosis creates significant anxiety and distress about one's health, self-identity, and close relationships. This book provides an overarching view of existing research on privacy and disclosure while bringing together two significant areas: self-disclosure as a communication process and the social/relational consequences of HIV. Derlega et al.'s study shows that fear of rejection, privacy, and self-blame can result in the non-disclosure of HIV status information within certain close interpersonal relationships. The factor. Lawrence R Wheeless. A follow-up study of the relationships among trust, disclosure, and interpersonal solidarity. Human Communication Research, Vol. 4, 2 (), Google Scholar Cross Ref; Heng Xu. The effects of self-construal and perceived control on privacy concerns. ICIS proceedings (), Google Scholar.

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Topics covered in this volume include: communication privacy management and HIV disclosure; decisions to disclose or not disclose an HIV diagnosis; and stigma as risk criteria influencing disclosure . Disclosing an HIV diagnosis remains a decision process fraught with difficulty and despite encouraging medical advances, an HIV diagnosis creates significant anxiety and distress about one's health, self-identity, and close relationships. This book provides an overarching view of existing research on privacy and disclosure while bringing together two significant areas: self-disclosure as a communication process and the social/relational consequences of HIV Brand: Taylor And Francis. Disclosing an HIV diagsis remains a decision process fraught with difficulty and despite encouraging medical advances, an HIV diagses creates significant anxiety and distress about one's health, self-identity, and close relationships. This book provides an overarching view of existing research on privacy and disclosure while bringing together two significant areas: self-disclosure as a communication process and the social/relational consequences of HIV. Introduction --Communication privacy management and HIV disclosure --Decisions to disclose or not disclose about an HIV positive diagnosis --Features of HIV disclosure messages --Consequences of HIV disclosure and nondisclosure decision making --Epilogue: looking to the future of disclosure and HIV --Resources for individuals living with HIV.