Zhou YR, ‘Race’ and HIV vulnerability in a transnational context: the case of Chinese immigrants to Canada, (2017), Culture, Health & Sexuality, 19:6, 695-708, DOI: 10.1080/13691058.2016.1192221

This paper aims to develop a contextualized understanding of the impacts of ‘race’ on Chinees immigrants’ vulnerability to HIV in Canada. Findings reveal the complex power dynamics – not just power asymmetries but also power fluidity –around race from a transnational perspective and thus challenge the assumed dichotomy of dominance and subordination underpinning traditional explanations of the relationship between race and HIV risk

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Zhou YR, ‘Race’ and HIV vulnerability in a transnational context: the case of Chinese immigrants to Canada, (2017), Culture, Health & Sexuality, 19:6, 695-708, DOI: 10.1080/13691058.2016.1192221