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Interview with Aisha, Indian and African heritage, working class, no religion. Women, Risk and AIDS Project, London, 1989. Original version including field notes. (Ref: LSFS20)

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posted on 16.10.2020 by Rachel Thomson
This interview is part of the Women, Risk and Aids Project (1989-90) archive which was created as part of the Reanimating Data Project (2018-20).

Original transcript of an interview with Aisha, who would like to work in accountancy. Her parents both come from traditional faith-based cultures, but Aisha isn't too worried about things like arranged marriage - she will have some choice and flexibility in who she wants to marry. She had basic, biological formal sex education at school, though was offered a course in emotions and women's rights, and had some interesting debates with her friends on topics such as abortion and early marriage. Aisha hasn't had any romantic or sexual relationships yet, and is more concerned with doing well in school and forging her own career. She would like marriage and children in the future, but not until she is in her mid-twenties - her friends think this is too late in life.

Funding

ES/R009538/1

History

Spatial

London

Temporal

1989

Identifier

LSFS20/C

Relation

LSFS20/O

Creator

Women, Risk and AIDS Project (WRAP, 1989-90)

Publisher

The Reanimating Data Project (2018-20)

Date

09/06/1989

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