Love, Money and HIV in Kenya, Microbreweries
Laurie Taylor explores the disproportionate rates of HIV infection amongst young African women. Also microbreweries and the revival of traditional beer in the UK.
Love, Money and HIV in Kenya. Laurie Taylor talks to Sanyu Mojola, Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Colorado, and author of a study exploring how modern women in developing countries experience sexuality and love. Drawing on a rich variety of interview, ethnographic and survey data from her native country of Kenya, she examines how young African women, who suffer disproportionate rates of HIV infection compared to young African men, navigate their relationships, schooling, employment and financial access in the context of a devastating HIV epidemic and economic inequality.
Also, Thomas Thurnell-Read, Lecturer in Sociology at Coventry University, discusses his study of microbreweries and the revival of traditional beer in the UK.
Producer: Jayne Egerton.
Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Coventry University
Find out more about Dr Thomas Thurnell-Read
Abstract: Craft, tangibility and affect at work in the microbrewery
Emotion, Space and Society
Volume 13, November 2014, Pages 46–54
Sanyu A Mojola
Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Colorado Boulder
Find out more from Sanyu A Mojola
Love, Money and HIV: Becoming a Modern African Woman in the Age of AIDS
Publisher: University of California Press