Global and Local Geography


How we perceive the world is not only based on the geography of the ”real” school atlas world, it is also in the way we make assumptions on how people are. I connect AIDS to the geographical perspective by showing, not only the global spread of HIV, but also how local epidemics can be detected and dealt with, if we think of geography from a more cultural side.
Literally, depending on where in the world we live our lives, we will have bigger or smaller risks of being exposed to HIV, and we will have access to better or worse amount and quality of information, which we can base our decisions on how to live our lives (behaviour).
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13. The Geographical Perspective