Table of contents for AIDS and the family : policy options for a crisis in family capital / by Mark A. Belsey


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5.      CARE, ILLNESS AND DEATH IN THE FAMILY.........................................         51
5.1     Caregivers and caregiving ...........................................................  51
5.2     Caregiving   support .................................................... ..................  51
5.3     Caregiving for adult children dying from AIDS and
for their surviving children ..........................................................  55
5.4     The costs of caregiving ...............................................................  57
5.5      Stigma and risk perceptions in caregiving ........................................  58
5.6     Parenting and childcare ..............................................................  59
5.7     Illness and  death  ....................................................... ....................  63
6.      FAMILY LIVING AND ARRANGEMENTS OF CHILDREN:
ORPHANS AND FOSTER CARE ..........................................................      65
6.1      Families with children in which both parents are alive .....................   67
6.2      Orphaned   families  ............................................................................ .  70
7.       CHANGING STRUCTURES AND FUNCTIONS OF FAMILIES
AFFECTED BY HIV/AIDS ....................................................................  83
7.1      Changes  in  mortality  ........................................................................ .  84
7.2      Parentification and child-headed families .........................................  85
7.3      Social and family capital ............................................................  87
7.4     Changing responses of the family network and community.............            88
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8.       TRADITIONAL AND OTHER FAMILY PRACTICES
AFFECTING VULNERABILITY TO HIV ......................................              ........      91
8.1      Marriage  ....................................... ................ ...............................  91
8.2       Sexual practices ...........................................................................  96
8.3       Rites of passage ....................................................... ....................  97
8.4      Illness, death and funerals .................................................................  100
9.       FAMILY-RELEVANT SECTORAL CONSEQUENCES OF
THE HIV/AIDS EPIDEMICS .......................................................................  103
9.1       The economic context of sub-Saharan Africa            ..................................  103
9.2       The impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemics on
household resources and their allocation in families ........................          107
9.3       Migration: economic necessity and family vulnerability .........            .........  109
9.4       Agriculture and food security ............................................................  113
9.5       Education    ............................................................................................  116
9.6       Employment in the mining sectors ....................................................  120
9.7       Summary: direct and indirect costs of HIV/AIDS...............................         120
10.       CONCLUSIONS AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS                          .....................................  123
10.1     Summary and conclusions .................................................................  123
10.2     The future of the family .......................................................................  127
10.3     Policy  implications  ..............................................................................  130
Notes  .................................................................................................................. . . . ......  137



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: AIDS (Disease) Social aspects Africa, Sub-Saharan, HIV infections Social aspects, Family Health and hygiene