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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