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How do contextual factors and gender differences influence college students' safer sex practices?


, : How do contextual factors and gender differences influence college students' safer sex practices?. Journal of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Education for Adolescents and Children 2(2): 33-49

Young adults in the 1990s are faced with potentially severe consequences for engaging in risky sexual behaviours. Unwanted pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases have influenced sexual decision-making for many years, but today the newer risk of contracting the HIV/AIDS virus adds a life-threatening consequence. This research project tested a comprehensive model of sexuality using a sample of late adolescents. We surveyed 291 students enrolled in an undergraduate college course.

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Accession: 003162396

DOI: 10.1300/j129v02n02_03

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