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Assessing the Social and Behavioral Science Base for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Intervention: Workshop Summary Contents     SUMMARY   1     INTRODUCTION   3  PART I   UNDERSTANDING THE EPIDEMIC   7  PART II   LEARNING FROM LIVES: INDIVIDUALS WITHIN A SOCIAL CONTEXT   11  PART III   UNDERSTANDING HIGH-RISK COMMUNITIES   21  PART IV   MAKING A DIFFERENCE: CONTROLLING THE EPIDEMIC THROUGH SOCIAL INTERVENTION   29  PART V   INTERMEDIATE TECHNOLOGIES IN MEDICALLY BASED PREVENTION TRIALS   41  PART VI   EVALUATING RESULTS   47     HIGHLIGHTS AND THEMES   53     REFERENCES   57     APPENDIXES    A.   Workshop Agenda,   63  B.   Workshop Participants,   68  C.   List of Background Papers,   71