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2010 Publications

Book Reviews

  • Gibbs, A. (2010) Book review of: Heterosexual Africa? Eppercht, M. (2008) & Steyn, M. & van Zyl, M. (2009), The Prize and Price, Psychology in Society, p39, p75-9

Chapters in Books

  • Campbell, C. and Gibbs, A. (2010) Poverty, AIDS and Gender (pp. 327-332). In: Chant, S. (ed.) International Handbook on Poverty and Gender. Cheltenam, UK: Edward Elgar.
  • Gibbs, A., Campbell, C. (2010) Political will as a significant 'social determinant of health': a South African case study (pp. 242-262). In: Bhattacharya, S., Messenger, S. and Overy, C. (eds.) Social determinants of health: Assessing theory, policy and practice. Hyderabad: Orient Blackswan.
  • Hanass-Hancock, J. and Casale, M. (2010) Out of the Box onto the Catwalk: Creative Approaches for Sex, Relationship and HIV Education in Southern Africa. in Stanovic. J. and Lalic, M. Sexuality Education and Attitudes. Nova.
  • Misselhorn, A., Challinor, A. Jones, J. Plocq-Fichelet, V. Schaldach, R. and Thornton, P. (2010) Surprises and possibilities. Chapter Twenty in: Food Security and Global Environmental Change. Ingram, J.S.I., P.J. Ericksen and D.M. Liverman (Eds.). Earthscan, London.
  • Misselhorn, A., Eakin, H. Devereux, S. Drimie, S. Msangi, S, Simelton, E. and Stafford Smith, M . (2010) Vulnerability to What? Chapter Seven in: Food Security and Global Environmental Change. Ingram, J.S.I., P.J. Ericksen and D.M. Liverman (Eds.). Earthscan, London.
  • Van der Merwe, A. and Quinlan, T. (2010) Case study: Becoming a Learning Organisation - The process at an HIV/AIDS research unit in South Africa, in Coulson, N., Goldstone, G., Ntuli, A. and Pillay,N. Developing Capacity for Health: A practical approach. Heinemann, Johannesburg. pp:219-227.

In Press

  • Quinlan, T. (2010) 'Best practices' in South African HIV/AIDS workplace programmes: What's dated, what's good and what's on the horizon. Corporate Africa Newsletter

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