A socio-cultural investigation of Indigenous Fijian women’s perception of and responses to HIV and AIDS from the two selected tribes in rural Fiji: Tabalesi na Dakua, Ukuwale na Salato

Kuridrani, Litiana N.Tuilaselase (2014). A socio-cultural investigation of Indigenous Fijian women’s perception of and responses to HIV and AIDS from the two selected tribes in rural Fiji: Tabalesi na Dakua, Ukuwale na Salato PhD Thesis, School of Population Health, The University of Queensland. doi:10.14264/uql.2014.359

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Author Kuridrani, Litiana N.Tuilaselase
Thesis Title A socio-cultural investigation of Indigenous Fijian women’s perception of and responses to HIV and AIDS from the two selected tribes in rural Fiji: Tabalesi na Dakua, Ukuwale na Salato
School, Centre or Institute School of Population Health
Institution The University of Queensland
DOI 10.14264/uql.2014.359
Publication date 2014-11-18
Thesis type PhD Thesis
Supervisor Maxine Whittaker
Chi Wai Lui
Lisa Fitzgerald
Total pages 261
Total colour pages None
Total black and white pages 261
Language eng
Subjects 1601 Anthropology
1117 Public Health and Health Services
1699 Other Studies in Human Society
Keyword Women
HIV
AIDS
Gender
Culture
Indigenous health
Health services
Policy

 
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