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Embedding Health Messages into Entertainment Television: Effect on Gay Men's Response to a Syphilis Outbreak
ABSTRACT The entertainment education (EE) approach seeks to impact audiences' health behavior by embedding messages in mass media productions, storylines, and characters that appeal strongly to them.Expand
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The Fuzzy Matrix of `My Type' in Intrapsychic Sexual Scripting
More than 20 years ago, Plummer noted that: ...there are few studies that have enquired into the content of sexual meanings; and knowledge of their forms, nature and range is virtually non-existent.Expand
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Sexual Risk Behavior of Men Who have Sex with Men: Comparison of Behavior at Home and at a Gay Resort
This study compared sexual behavior of gay and bisexual men (N = 551) while at their primary residence to their behavior while vacationing at a gay resort community. Participants reported behaviorExpand
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Strategies for reducing health disparities — selected CDC-sponsored interventions, United States, 2016
The Office of Minority Health and Health Equity (OMHHE) published a related MMWR serial report, the “Strategies for Reducing Health Disparities — Selected CDC-Sponsored Interventions, United States,Expand
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Adaptation and National Dissemination of a Brief, Evidence-Based, HIV Prevention Intervention for High-Risk Men Who Have Sex with Men.
CDC's high-impact human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) prevention approach calls for targeting the most cost-effective and scalable interventions to populations of greatest need to reduce HIVExpand
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Taxonomy for strengthening the identification of core elements for evidence-based behavioral interventions for HIV/AIDS prevention.
The concept of core elements was developed to denote characteristics of an intervention, such as activities or delivery methods, presumed to be responsible for the efficacy of evidence-basedExpand
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Intersubjectivity in the intrapsychic sexual scripting of gay men
Sexual scripting theory was utilized as a framework for conducting sexual history and multiple follow‐up diary interviews with 23 gay‐identified men in Houston, Texas. Longitudinal interviews wereExpand
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Social Conflict Among “Gay” Men in a Small(er) Southern Town
Abstract This qualitative study describes some of the disunity among homosexually interested men in a small(er) town in the southeastern United States. Before discussion of the data on disunity inExpand
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