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Assessing the Social and Behavioral Science Base for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Intervention: Workshop Summary References Baldo, M., A.J. Cabral. 1990. Low intensity wars and social determination of the HIV transmission: the search for a new paradigm to guide research and control of the HIV-AIDS pandemic. In: Z Stein and A. Zwi, eds. Action on AIDS in Southern Africa: Maiputo Conference on Health in Transition in Southern Africa, April 1990. Committee on Health in South Africa. Bond, K.C., D.C. Celentano, S. Phonsophakul, C. Vaddhanaphuti. In press. Mobility and Migration: female commercial sex work and the HIV epidemic in northern Thailand. In: G. Herdt, eds. Sexual Cultures and Migration in the Era of AIDS: Anthropological and Demographic Perspectives. New York: Oxford University Press. Bunch, C., N. Reilly. 1994. Demanding Accountability: The Global Campaign and Vienna Tribunal for Women's Human Rights. New York: UNITEM. Connors, M. 1995. Social science intervention models: an ethnographic approach. Paper prepared for Institute of Medicine Workshop, Social and Behavioral Science Base for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Intervention. Washington, D.C. Desvarieux, M., J.W. Pape. 1991. HIV and AIDS in Haiti: Recent Developments. AIDS Care 3(3): 271–279. Ewart, C. 1995. HIV/AIDS prevention: models of individual behavior in social and cultural contexts. Paper prepared for Institute of Medicine Workshop, Social and Behavioral Science Base for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Intervention. Washington, D.C.

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