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Título : Cotidianidad e imaginarios sociales en sujetos con VIH - sida en tratamiento antirretroviral
Otros títulos : Cotidianity and social imaginaries in subjects with HIV / aids in antiretroviral treatment
Autor : Arroyave Pulgarín, Beatriz Elena
metadata.dc.subject.*: SIDA
AIDS (Disease)
Personas VIH positivas
VIH-Positive persons
Enfermos de SIDA
AIDS (Disease) -- Patients
VIH (Virus de Inmunodeficiencia Humana)
SIDA - Aspectos sociales
Familia y enfermedad
Terapia antirretroviral
Imaginarios sociales
Fecha de publicación : 2018
Editorial : Universidad de Antioquia
Citación : Arroyave Pulgarín, B. E. (2018). Cotidianidad e imaginarios sociales en sujetos con VIH - sida en tratamiento antirretroviral (Tesis Doctoral). Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín.
Resumen : The look at the lives of subjects and families living with HIV/AIDS is made here along five chapters that address aspects ranging from natural history, global and local contexts of the disease to the psychosocial and cultural implications of the experiences. The aim of the thesis is to understand the social imaginaries constructed around HIV/AIDS, in the personal narratives of patients on antiretroviral treatment (ART), their families and the health personnel who attend them; for which it was necessary to consider the social dimension of the condition. This research is part of a qualitative methodology, specifically, from the historical hermeneutic approach, risking an interpretation of the voices gathered among the participants and talking to the social processes that have taken place from the recognition of the HIV/AIDS phenomenon, its identification as a threat of an era, but also with the individual and group processes that have lived the people affected by the virus and who participate in this investigation. The modern tendency to "normalize" what goes beyond certain cultural parameters, tends to be veiled behind ideas, practices and images that embody the need to fit into a cultural model validated by the society. This is the scenario where the imaginary is crossed (the image that is constructed by thinking about oneself in relation to others) and the everyday (the actions that are added with a meaning that is not always conscious). The way in which language is organized, the daily rhythms, the appropriation of spaces (physical and symbolic), lead to images that are expressed in narratives of the disease and the stigma associated with it. At the beginning of the epidemic, HIV/AIDS stigmatization occurred in a double way, due to its expectation of imminent death, in a perspective of corruption and assault against beauty, expressed in the freshness, and because of its transgressive sexual connotation in second instance. Given that it is already considered a chronic disease, moral evaluation remains as a sign of social stigma, in which those affected and their families are identified. The data presented here shows that HIV/AIDS, despite being considered in the field of health as a chronic disease, is not narrated as such, that the allusions to that experience continue to have a somber tint, and a moral burden which indicates the transgressive and marginal character of those affected. It is suggested that the written, visual and auditory press, as well as academia, can open one of the possible ways to eliminate the stigmatization of people with HIV/AIDS, ensuring that the disease is openly named as a chronic disease, a necessary condition to avoid underreporting that occurs in people living with HIV or who have died from HIV/AIDS.
Aparece en las colecciones: Doctorados en Ciencias Sociales y Humanas

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