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The following are publications related to the Global Dialogues process. We will add more as they become available:

  1. Kate Winskell, Kathleen Holmes, Elizabeth Neri, Rachel Berkowitz, Benjamin Mbakwem, Oby Obyerodhyambo. (2015). Making sense of HIV stigma: representations in young Africans’ HIV-related narratives and their implications for research methodologies and stigma mitigation efforts, Journal of Global Public Health. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24004339?dopt=Abstract
  2. Winskell, K. and Enger, D. (2014) Storytelling for Social Change, in The Handbook of Development Communication and Social Change (eds K. G. Wilkins, T. Tufte and R. Obregon), John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester, UK. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9781118505328.ch12
  3. Beres L, Winskell K. (2013). Making sense of HIV testing: Social Representations in Young Africans’ Narratives. Journal of Global Public Health, Vol 8, Issue 8, 890-903. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24004339?dopt=Abstract
  4. Kate Winskell, Peter J. Brown, Amy Patterson, Camilla Burkot, Benjamin Mbakwem. (2013). Making sense of HIV in Southeast Nigeria: Fictional narratives, cultural meanings, and methodologies in Medical AnthropologyMedical Anthropology Quarterly, Volume 7, Issue 2, 193-214. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Making+Sense+of+HIV+in+Southeastern+Nigeria
  5. Winskell K, Hill E, Obyerodhyambo O. (2011). Comparing HIV-related symbolic stigma in six African countries: Social representations in young people’s narrativesSocial Science & Medicine, 73, 1257-1265. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Comparing+HIV-related+symbolic+stigma
  6. Winskell K, Beres LK, Hill E, Mbakwem B, Obyerodhyambo O. (2011). Making sense of abstinence: social representations in young Africans’ HIV-related narratives from six countries. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 13, No.8, 945-959. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21787256?dopt=Abstract
  7. Winskell K, Obyerodhyambo O, Stephenson R. (2011). Making sense of condoms: Social representations in young people’s HIV-related narratives from six African countries, Social Science & Medicine 72, 953-961. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Making+sense+of+condoms%3A+Social+representations
  8. Kate Winskell and Daniel Enger. (2009). A new way of perceiving the pandemic’: the findings of a participatory research process into young Africans’ stories about HIV and AIDS. Culture, Health and Sexuality, Volume 11, Number 4, 453–467. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19353391
  9. Kate Winskell and Daniel Enger. (2005). Young voices travel far: a case study of Scenarios from Africa. Published in: Oscar Hemer and Thomas Tufte (editors): Media, Communication and Social Change: Rethinking Communication for Development. http://www.scenariosafrica.org/documents/Young%20voices%20travel%20far%2c%20a%20case%20study%20of%20Scenarios%20from%20Africa.pdf

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