Coworkers And AIDS: Attitudes
12 pages in length. Fear and intolerance comprise the vast majority of attitudes towards AIDS within the workplace. Even though the general public is well-educated by now as to the safety issues associated with contact to an AIDS patient, there still remains unfounded apprehension when it comes to working within the same environment as those with AIDS. Clearly, the HIV/AIDS population faces considerably more challenges than other members of society do, in that they have to struggle just to achieve a modicum of acceptance. Their societal counterparts, who are frequently ignorant to deeper issues surrounding the disease, often unknowingly make them feel inadequate and worthless when it comes their life choices. Inasmuch as the workplace is often a hotbed for judgmental attitudes, AIDS patients have experienced undue stress that is directly related to workplace attitudes. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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