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Choosing Unsafe Sex: AIDS-Risk Denial Among Disadvantaged Women
Choosing Unsafe Sex focuses on the ways in which condom refusal and beliefs regarding HIV testing reflect women's hopes for their relationships and their desires to preserve status and self-esteem.Expand
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Inner-city women and AIDS: The psycho-social benefits of unsafe sex
  • E. Sobo
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Culture, medicine and psychiatry
  • 1 December 1993
The paper describes and analyzes findings from a larger study of the links between low levels of condom use and impoverished, urban, African-American women's experiences and understandings ofExpand
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The endangered self: managing the social risks of HIV.
Identity, social risk, and AIDS - what's the connection? dangerous identities - stigmas and stories the landscape of risk - danger, identity and HIV settings and methods living with HIV - coping withExpand
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One Blood: The Jamaican Body
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Finance, Romance, Social Support, and Condom Use among Impoverished Inner-City Women
Qualitative and quantitative research conducted among low-income inner-city predominantly African-American women indicated that in this population gender roles and romantic ideals about heterosexualExpand
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Canine Visitation (Pet) Therapy
Purpose:To explore the effectiveness of canine visitation therapy (CVT) in pediatric pain management in a tertiary care children's hospital, a descriptive pilot study was conducted. Method:AExpand
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Parents' reports of barriers to care for children with special health care needs: development and validation of the barriers to care questionnaire.
OBJECTIVE To describe the development and validation of the Barriers to Care Questionnaire (BCQ). METHODS The 39-item BCQ was developed through review of the literature, focus groups, and cognitiveExpand
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Paternal Fears of Childbirth: A Literature Review
To date, most studies on paternal childbirth fears have been exploratory or descriptive, conducted outside of the United States, and focused mainly on White, first-time fathers. Identified fearsExpand
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Parent-identified barriers to pediatric health care: a process-oriented model.
OBJECTIVE To further understand barriers to care as experienced by health care consumers, and to demonstrate the importance of conjoining qualitative and quantitative health services research. DATAExpand
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Using methods in the field : a practical introduction and casebook
1 Foreword 2 The Forest of Methods 3 Participant Observation: A Thick Explanation of Conflict in a Sri Lankan Village 4 Content Analysis of Words in Brief Descriptions: How Fathers and MothersExpand
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