Contents: Volume 1 Number 2 (2012)

ERSC Vol 1 No 2 November 2012 ALL Articles
All Authors in One Edition

Editorial Vol 1 No 2: Anyway, what difference does this make? Arts-based methodologies in addressing HIV&AIDS
Naydene de Lange, Claudia Mitchell and Relebohile Moletsane

Honouring Lynn Dalrymple: Aids theatre maestro dies
Emma Durden

“Even today they call him Induna”: Theatre, empowerment, and making a difference
Emma Durden

Social networking practices and youth advocacy efforts in HIV awareness and prevention: What does methodology have to do with it?
Claudia Mitchell and John Murray

“Having a say”: Urban adolescent girls narrating their visions of future through photovoice
Lisa Vaughn, Vicki Stieha, Melissa Muchmore, Stephanie K Thompson, Jessica Lang and Maria Lang

An arts-based collaborative intervention to promote medical male circumcision as a South African HIV and AIDS prevention strategy
Kim Berman and Shoshana Zeldner

Yesterday as a study for tomorrow: On the use of film texts in addressing gender and HIV and AIDS with secondary school youth in KwaZulu-Natal
Nokukhanya Ngcobo

This Thing Called the Future: Intergenerationality and HIV and AIDS
Barbara Hunting

Conference Report: What Difference Does This Make? The Arts, Youth and HIV&AIDS
Tabitha Mukeredzi

Book Review: Picturing Research. Drawing as Visual Methodology: Linda Theron, Claudia Mitchell, Ann Smith and Jean Stuart (Eds.)
Christa Beyers