Articles about Human Immunodeficiency Virus - Hiv

The Stuff of Dreams
JAZZIZ (2015) Vol. 31, No. 12, pp. 14-15

 

Fighting HIV/AIDS Through Popular Zambian Music
Muziki (2013) Vol. 10, pp. 1-12

This paper explores how HIV/AIDS education messages are transmitted through popular Zambian music lyrics. The focus is on the recontextualisation of lived experiences and Zambian cultural practices in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Using multimodal discourse analysis, the paper uses Zambian ...

Fighting HIV/AIDS through Popular Zambian Music
Muziki (2013) Vol. 10, pp. 1-12

This paper explores how HIV/AIDS education messages are transmitted through popular Zambian music lyrics. The focus is on the recontextualisation of lived experiences and Zambian cultural practices in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Using multimodal discourse analysis, the paper uses Zambian ...

In Dreams
JAZZIZ (2011) Vol. 28, No. 5, pp. 32-36

 

Singing songs of AIDS in Venda: Performance, pollution and ethnomusicology
South African Music Studies (2008) Vol. 28, pp. 1-26

Musical representations of HIV/AIDS by (female) peer educators and (male) zwilombe musicians in Venda, South Africa, present a challenge to overarching "neo-liberal" models of social change by demonstrating that the values created or affirmed through broader structural changes are mediated ...

Creating a "Circle of Song" Within Canada's Poorest Postal Code/Créer un cercle de chansons au sein du code postal le plus pauvre du Canada
Canadian Journal of Music Therapy (2007) Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 103-114

The "Circle of Song" program arose out of the need for a service that would allow health-deprived individuals to examine their high-risk lifestyle in a culturally appropriate and non-intrusive manner. The majority of program participants were concurrently diagnosed (i.e., living ...

Therapeutic Songwriting and Complex Trauma/Écriture thérapeutique de chanson et traumatisme complexe
Canadian Journal of Music Therapy (2007) Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 115-131

Many music therapists use songwriting in their work. However, we seldom find formal discussion of the methods employed or the benefits derived. Based on work conducted with a client in a day program for people living with HIV/ AIDS, the ...