By Adam M. Geary (auth.)

ISBN-10: 1137438037

ISBN-13: 9781137438034

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16 Both hierarchical diffusion and spatially contagious diffusion are fundamentally determined by urban structuring, the former by the structured relationship among cities and the latter by local structuring of relations between the city and surrounding suburban or rural communities. Hierarchical diffusion is an effect of structured relations among cities, often within the context of a nation although increasingly within transnational space. Historically, within the space of the nation, major cities developed dense, material connections with each other through trade, migration, political and economic power, and infrastructure.

6 Beyond this, of course, nonknowledge also includes scientific ignorance, inadequate sexual health education, studied governmental refusal to speak or understand an epidemic unfolding in its midst, the nonknowledge demanded of gay lives by the broader society, the blind eye turned toward the racialized poor, and then the purported secrecy and deviousness of those who infect others. A broad unknowingness circulates in AIDS discourses that safesex and other forms of AIDS education attempt—but necessarily fail—to seize, neutralize, or transform.

In fact, the assertion of “risk behaviors” as a category of epidemiological analysis, instead of so-called risk groups, was possibly the first of a series of long epistemological battles in early AIDS activism and scholarship. But what makes this study interesting is precisely the potential opened up by its phobic exclusion of the socalled risk groups. By excluding risk groups in their data analysis, the study’s authors might ultimately have displaced “risk group” thinking altogether. This would have been a dramatic victory.

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