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Diminishing Social Support and Increasing Social Responsibility - A Study of Social Support of Persons LWHA in Delhi, India

Dr Sangeeta Sharma Dhaor

"Man is a social animal", (Aristotle). Social groups are important in instilling a sense of belonging and are instrumental in bringing about a desired change in the participants. Society has certain notions of including and excluding persons from its social fabric. Any abrasion is intolerable and there is stigma of being “others” as against “us”. Persons living with HIV AIDS owing to the mode of infection which is perceived to be immoral means, including but not limited to intravenous drug use, homosexual behaviour and commercial sex work are excluded from the society. This exclusion is conveyed in more than one ways leading to cocooning and withdrawing of self on the part of HIV infected. As we are basking in the glory of controlled pandemic with reduced prevalence and numbers, there is need to check the social support available to these persons who are a subject of ridicule and are discriminated against. 

3rd Indian Social Work Congress 2015 
National Association of Professional Social Workers In India
24-26 October 2015 | Ladnun, Rajasthan, India
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Dr Sangeeta Sharma Dhaor

Dr Sharma Dhaor has a PhD in Social Work on “Persons Living with HIV AIDS: Problems and Solutions’ A study of PLWHA in Delhi, India,’ from Department of Social Work, Lucknow University, Lucknow, Master of Social Work (Delhi University) First Division, BSc. Home Science (Hons) Delhi University, First Division; Assistant Professor in Dr B.R. Ambedker College, University of Delhi since July 2001 to 2007, Senior Assistant Professor since 2007, Worked as social worker in Gram Mahila Kendra, an ongoing project of Department of Social Work, Delhi School of Social Work Society (UGC funded) from 1998 June to 2001 July, Worked as Project Associate in Rural Development Department, Technical Teachers Training Institute (TTTI) an autonomous body under Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Chandigarh 1997 August to 1998 February. Has participated and presented at several national and international conferences. Published an article on “Spirituality and Social Work in Health Care” in Social Work: The Ethical and Spiritual Paradigm, 2012, Published a chapter on “Correctional Services” in the IGNOU Publication on Social Work Practicum and Supervision in course MSW, Paper published on ‘The Unreached Goal: Study of the Challenges faced by Women Living with HIV/AIDS in Delhi, India.” In Social Work review, Faculty of Social Work, MS University Baroda 50th Edition March 2014, Paper Published on “Risk Behaviour of PLHA and Social Development in India” in ‘Social Development in India, Critical Assessment’ (ed.) Chhyya Patel.

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