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Ways of Knowing and Catholic Intellectual Traditions: Women Living with HIV/AIDS in the U.S.

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Further Reading:

Articles

From Silencing the Self to Action: Experiences of Women Living with HIV/AIDS” Rosanna DeMarco (Abstract)

Mechanics of Conducting Culturally Relevant HIV Prevention Research with Haitian American Adolescents:  The Lessons Learned” Rosanna DeMarco and Anne E. Norris, Winter 2005.

Culturally Relevant HIV Interventions: Transcending Ethnicity” Rosanna DeMarco and Anne E. Norris, Spring 2004.

Refinement of the Silencing of the Self scale: Work for Registered Nurses" Rosanna DeMarco, Susan Jo Roberts, Anne E. Norris, and Mary McCurry

The Influence of Self-Esteem and Self-Silencing on Self-Efficacy for Negotiating Safer Behaviors in Urban Bahamian Women” Shane L. Neely-Smith and Carol A. Patsdaughter, Winter 2005.

"The Catholic intellectual tradition in the Catholic University" in A.J. Cernera & O.J. Morgan (Eds.), Examining the Catholic intellectual tradition (pp. 1-18). Fairfield, CT: Sacred Heart University Press.