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The Production of Military Sexuality: Sexual Risk Behavior and HIV in Foreign Military Personnel

a lunch talk by Michael Anastario

April 27, Friday
12:30 to 1:45 pm

Michael Anastario, CSGS Visiting Scholar

Military personnel worldwide are becoming increasingly regarded as a population that is at risk for HIV infection and other Sexually Transmitted Infections. Despite current public health programs, there is little understanding of how the military occupation is itself implicated in the sexual risk behaviors of soldiers. A grounded theoretical framework can be used to better elucidate how the military occupation is linked with the sexual risk behavior of soldiers employed in it. It also reveals conflicting discourse(s) and the multiple stakes evident in the production of military sexuality. Conducting sexual risk research using a grounded theoretical framework has applied and theoretical value – it directly informs HIV prevention efforts, and it illustrates some of the social mechanisms by which individuals in a population make sense of their sexual behavior.

Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality
41-51 East 11th Street, 7th Floor, Room 741

between University Place and Broadway
wheelchair access at 85-87 University Place, between 11th & 12th Streets

Bring your lunch — we’ll provide beverages and dessert!

This event is free and open to the public.

Facebook event page here.

For more information, please contact CSGS at 212-992-9540 or csgs(at)nyu.edu.


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