Catherine Campbell
Catherine Campbell
Professor of Social Psychology, HOD Psychological & Behavioural Science, LSE
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Letting them die: why HIV/AIDS prevention programmes fail
C Campbell
Oxford, 2003
957*2003
Letting them die: why HIV/AIDS intervention programmes fail
C Campbell
Indiana University Press, 2003
9572003
‘I think condoms are good but, aai, I hate those things’:: condom use among adolescents and young people in a Southern African township
C MacPhail, C Campbell
Social science & medicine 52 (11), 1613-1627, 2001
8082001
Peer education, gender and the development of critical consciousness: participatory HIV prevention by South African youth
C Campbell, C MacPhail
Social science & medicine 55 (2), 331-345, 2002
6792002
Health, community and development: Towards a social psychology of participation
C Campbell, S Jovchelovitch
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 10 (4), 255-270, 2000
5542000
Migrancy, masculine identities and AIDS: the psychosocial context of HIV transmission on the South African gold mines
C Campbell
Social science & medicine 45 (2), 273-281, 1997
4811997
“I have an evil child at my house”: stigma and HIV/AIDS management in a South African community
C Campbell, CA Foulis, S Maimane, Z Sibiya
American journal of public health 95 (5), 808-815, 2005
3472005
Selling sex in the time of AIDS: the psycho-social context of condom use by sex workers on a Southern African mine
C Campbell
Social science & medicine 50 (4), 479-494, 2000
3272000
Social capital and health
C Campbell, R Wood, M Kelly
Health Education Authority, 1999
3051999
HIV infection among youth in a South African mining town is associated with herpes simplex virus-2 seropositivity and sexual behaviour
B Auvert, R Ballard, C Campbell, M CaraŽl, M Carton, G Fehler, E Gouws, ...
Aids 15 (7), 885-898, 2001
2842001
Learning to kill? Masculinity, the family and violence in Natal
C Campbell
Journal of Southern African Studies 18 (3), 614-628, 1992
2801992
Tackling Africa's chronic disease burden: from the local to the global
AG Aikins, N Unwin, C Agyemang, P Allotey, C Campbell, D Arhinful
Globalization and health 6 (1), 1-7, 2010
2742010
Is social capital a useful conceptual tool for exploring community level influences on HIV infection? An exploratory case study from South Africa
C Campbell, B Williams, D Gilgen
AIDS care 14 (1), 41-54, 2002
2602002
Unravelling the contexts of stigma: from internalisation to resistance to change
C Campbell, H Deacon
Journal of community & applied social psychology 16 (6), 411-417, 2006
2532006
Working with young people-towards an agenda for sexual health
P Aggleton, C Campbell
Sexual and Relationship Therapy 15 (3), 283-296, 2000
2522000
Masculinity as a barrier to men's use of HIV services in Zimbabwe
M Skovdal, C Campbell, C Madanhire, Z Mupambireyi, C Nyamukapa, ...
Globalization and health 7 (1), 13, 2011
2472011
Grassroots participation, peer education, and HIV prevention by sex workers in South Africa
C Campbell, Z Mzaidume
American Journal of Public Health 91 (12), 1978-1986, 2001
2302001
Social capital and health: contextualising health promotion within local community networks
C Campbell
Oxford University Press, 2001
2272001
Community health psychology: Promoting analysis and action for social change
C Campbell, M Murray
Journal of health psychology 9 (2), 187-195, 2004
2222004
Towards a “fourth generation” of approaches to HIV/AIDS management: creating contexts for effective community mobilisation
C Campbell, F Cornish
AIDS care 22 (sup2), 1569-1579, 2010
2102010
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