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Corbett, Kevin (1996)
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"Empowerment" may be a diffuse and enigmatic concept or process but is gaining a currency within the ideologies of care. The largest group of service users in HIV & AIDS care are gay men and empowerment could be characterised as agency within existing social networks and volunteer organisations through their struggle with "expert systems". Whilst differing discourses of self-help and empowerment are emerging their coexistence may serve different agendas from the a priori controlling influences of the unequitable power of professionals.
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    • Coward, D.D. and Marcus Lewis F. (1993) The Lived Experience of Self-Transcendence in Gay Men With AIDS. Oncology Nursing Forum, 20, 9, 1363-1368.
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