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De l’influence des représentations genrées sur l’élaboration des politiques sanitaires : le cas de la prévention anti-HPV en France

Abstract : The sexual and reproductive health field is dominated by a binary categorization of males and females. This binary categorization, which leads to differentiated treatment when it comes to sexual healthcare, is not simply due to biologic factors, but is also induced by an entanglement of sex and gender, and of the biologic and social perceptions of the body. Human Papillomaviruses (HPV) are widespread in sexual practices; they are carried by men and women, and grow into sexual mucosa no matter the sex, gender, or sexual orientation of the person that carries it. However, French health institutions have chosen an anti-HPV preventive strategy based on the targeting of women and men who have sex with men (MSM). We want to observe, with a gender lens, the factors that have influenced this decision.
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Annie Liv. De l’influence des représentations genrées sur l’élaboration des politiques sanitaires : le cas de la prévention anti-HPV en France. Ethique. 2019. ⟨dumas-02362255⟩

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