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Sexual Behaviour and AIDS in the Developing World (Social Aspects of AIDS) epub ebook

by John Cleland,Benoit Ferry

Sexual Behaviour and AIDS in the Developing World (Social Aspects of AIDS) epub ebook

Author: John Cleland,Benoit Ferry
Category: Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: Taylor & Francis; 1 edition (October 3, 1995)
Pages: 264 pages
ISBN: 0748403442
ISBN13: 978-0748403448
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Social Aspects of AIDS.

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In J. Cleland & B. Ferry (Ed., Sexual behavior and AIDS in the developing world (pp. 75–123). Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS, 3, 457–465. Bristol, PA: Taylor & Francis. Cogneau, . & Grimm, M. (2006). Socioeconomic status, sexual behavior, and differential AIDS mortality: Evidence from Côte d’Ivoire. Who gets AIDS and how? The determinants of HIV infection and sexual behaviors in Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, and Tanzania. Washington, DC: World Bank. Fortin, A. J. (1987). The politics of AIDS in Kenya. Third World Quarterly, 9(3), 906–919.

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Risky sexual behaviour can be viewed in the context of the number and types of. partnerships, sexual acts, and . The WHO report showed that sexual violence is frequently occurring among adolescents in developing countries. partnerships, sexual acts, and orientation (Cohen & Trussell, 1996; Dixon-Mueller, 1996). Other elements of risky sexual behaviour include early age at first sexual. About 54% in Ethiopia and 48% in Bangladesh adolescents aged 15-19 years had experienced sexual violence within the last 12 months respectively.

The developing world has a large number of people living with HIV/AIDS. Factors that Influence the Spread of HIV/AIDS in Developing Countries, in Brief. Learn about the factors influencing the spread of HIV/AIDS in the developing countries, and see some ways to stop the epidemic. According to World Health Organization (WHO), the developing countries have the highest number of HIV/AIDS infections in the whole world.

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Social Sciences & Humanities. JOURNAL NAME: World Journal of AIDS, Vo. N., June 24, 2015. Multiple Sexual Partners and Vulnerability to HIV: A Study of Patterns of Sexual Behaviour in the Slum Population of India. Information for Authors. ABSTRACT: Objective: The prevalence of syphilis differs considerably between different populations and indi-vidual level risk factors such as number of sex partners seem unable to completely explain these differences. Pravin K. Jha, Damodar Sahu, K. Srikanth Reddy, Padum Narayan, Arvind Pandey. 44044 3 695 Downloads 4 137 Views Citations.

Demographic Analyst, World Fertility Survey, International Statistical . Sexual Behaviour and AIDS in the Developing World 1995. Professor Jonathan Gershuny. Sociology Social Policy and Administration Economic Sociology. Professor Sir John Hills.

Demographic Analyst, World Fertility Survey, International Statistical Institute, International Statistical Institute, 1975 - 1984. Professor of Medical Demography, School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine University of London, 1993 - 2016. London School of Economics and Political Science University of London, 1966 - 1969. Other Sociology, Demography and Social Statistics Fellows. Professor Sir Roderick Floud.

Based on the findings of a research project conducted by the World Health Organisation, this book contains unpublished material on AIDS-related knowledge and sexual behaviour in countries in Africa, Asia and South America, including: Cote d'Ivoire; Kenya; Lesotho; Mauritius; Tanzania; Sri Lanka; Singapore; Thailand and Brazil. The book provides an in-depth comparative analysis of the findings from 16 key surveys in the original research programme, the aim of which was to identify baseline levels of sexual and other risk behaviours. The text is intended to be of use to a wide range of readers, including those working in health education, social and behavioural research, anthropology, social medicine and sexual behaviour research.
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