Multiculturalism as Disease: Advocating AIDS
- Always someone else's fault. Mandalia, Sejal // New Statesman;2/28/2005, Vol. 134 Issue 4729, p12
Discusses the proposal of Tory leader Michael Howard that all non-European Union migrants to Great Britain be screened for HIV. Reference to the book "AIDS and Its Metaphors," by Susan Sontag; Report that the director general of the Indian Council of Medical Research demanded a legal ban on all...
- AIDS AS METAPHOR. Teixeira, Bryan // Body Politic;Sep83, Issue 96, p40
Discusses the AIDS and its label as a gay disease. Groups of people maintaining the viewpoint that AIDS is a gay disease; Information about AIDS; Public health issues that relate to AIDS as a blood-borne disease; Background on the book "Illness As Metaphor," by Susan Sontag.
- Illness as Metaphor; AIDS and its Metaphors. Curran, James // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);9/8/2007, Vol. 335 Issue 7618, p517
The article reviews the book "Illness as Metaphor; AIDS and its Metaphors," by Susan Sontag.
- Symbol of a nightmare society. Porter, Roy // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);1/1/94, Vol. 308 Issue 6920, p67
Reviews the book 'AIDS As Metaphor,' by Susan Sontag.
- AIDS and Its Metaphors. Sobran, Joseph // National Review;2/24/1989, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p48
The article reviews the book "AIDS and Its Metaphors," by Susan Sontag. INSET: Random notes.
- The Meaning of AIDS. Reed, Paul // Advocate;3/14/89, Issue 520, p61
Reviews the book 'AIDS and Its Metaphors,' by Susan Sontag.
- AIDS and Its Metaphors. Roudiez, Leon S. // World Literature Today;Fall89, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p685
Reviews the book "AIDS and Its Metaphors," by Susan Sontag.
- Sontag Acolyte Gets Revenge. Yuan, Joda // New York;4/11/2005, Vol. 38 Issue 12, p15
Reports on the reaction of David Rieff, son of author Susan Sontag toward the essay made by English professor Terry Castle regarding her relationship with the author in New York City. Withdrawal of invitation given to Castle for Sontag's tribute at Carnegie Hall; Accusation made by Rieff on the...
- AIDS and Metaphor: Toward the Social Meaning of Epidemic Disease. // Social Research;Autumn1988, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p413
The article focuses on the metaphoric usage of epidemics including AIDS. It is reported that diseases are not merely a biological phenomena but social responses to them reflect much on the social, political and cultural attitudes of a particular society. It has been said that in the early...