Article : Debate Between Biomedicine And Social Sciences: Critical View From HIV/AIDS Discourse

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Debate Between Biomedicine And Social Sciences: Critical View From HIV/AIDS Discourse

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Joydeb Patra

During the 2000th centuries, through, the UNAIDS programmes and their intervention through the bio-medical approach to combat the HIV/AIDs pandemic, simultaneously felicitated to adopt different approaches or new kind of academic engagement, which are distinguished and reflecting the different perspectives, namely bio-medical and social sciences approach .Bio-medical approach is characterized by more scientific investigation, indivialization and notion of market risk. This again related to the concept of market issues, analysis the loss profit benefits. On the other hand, social sciences approaches are characterized by community involvement and socio-cultural action. The concepts of social vulnerability are important concept in this approach. There is needed to be balance between two approaches that has to be leading principle in many HIV/AIDS prevention programme and its success. This two approaches move ahead together by the incremented affects by HIV/AIDS discourse. Especially, in Developing countries, discourse would be counterproductive to base successfully use the two approaches.

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