Does Religion Constrain Risky Sexual Behavior Associated with Hiv / Aids ?


Faith-based public health interventions designed to reduce risky sexual behaviors associated with HIV/AIDS are likely to be effective if there are conformist-driven peer effects induced by the actual behavior of individuals who already conform to the norms governing sexual behavior engendered by religion. This paper explores whether religion favorably and… (More)

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