Kanzoni Asabigi

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OBJECTIVE This preliminary study examined the effect of gain versus loss-framed messaging as well as culturally targeted personal prevention messaging on African Americans' receptivity to colorectal cancer (CRC) screening. This research also examined mechanistic functions of perceived racism in response to message framing. DESIGN AND METHODS Community(More)
The intention to treat HIV-infected persons and correlates of those intentions were examined in a cross-sectional sample of 1st- and 2nd-year medical students (n = 201). An anonymous questionnaire measured knowledge of HIV transmission, intention to provide medical care to HIV-infected persons, comfort in performing a physical examination on patients from(More)
BACKGROUND In this paper, we explore social spaces related to street sex work and illicit drug use in Detroit. We consider these spaces as assemblages (Duff, 2011, 2013; Latour, 2005) that reflect the larger moral geography (Hubbard, 2012) of the city and fulfill specific functions in the daily lives of drug using sex workers. METHODS We draw on(More)
In this article we consider the process of adjustment from active street sex work to life in structured substance abuse treatment among Detroit-area women who participated in a semicoercive program administered through a drug court. We examine this transition in terms of changes in daily routines and social networks, drawing on extensive qualitative data to(More)
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