Male Homosexual Behavior and the Effects of AIDS Education: A Study of Behavior and Safer Sex in New Zealand and South Australia

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Index
acceptance of homosexuality in society, and its effect on safer sex behavior, 131
acceptance of sexual identity, 76, 198
Adjective Check List (ACL), 11, 46-51, 56, 127-29. See also personality factors
age: comparison of NZ and SA samples, 40, 41; of first sexual activity, 27; and safer sex behavior, 101; of subjects, 9, 24; television for education, 18
AIDS: and hope, 159, 210, 212; prevalence of in NZ and SA, 8, 17, 23, 33; risk of developing, 137; sources information on, 31; support services for, 77, 78. See also AIDS education
AIDS education: anti-discrimination legislation, effects of, 65-68, 201; assertiveness training, 129; attitudes toward, 184; behavioral evaluation and research, need for, 2-5, 191; for bisexual men, 26; and condom use, 115-21, 128; demographic factors influencing, 33; development of, in SA and NZ, 156-67; difficulties of, 2; dimensions of, 177-81; dramatic presentations, effects of, 144; efficacy of, as primary hypothesis of study, 7; fear based interventions, effects of, 138, 182-94, 209; focus of study, 1-4; future directions, 2, 197- 211, 212-19; gay sensitive interventions, effects of, 168-72, 173-81, 208; generations of, 160-61; health behavior modification models and, 173-74; heterosexual, generalization of results to, 194; HIV testing and, 31-32, 40-43; images of sex used in, 157-63; implications for health education, 176-77, 194; influence of personality and social factors, 127-31; introduction to, 156-67; moral versus physical prophylaxis, 29, 182-84; negative effects of, 191; refusal to show effective campaigns, 184; risk-perception and risktaking, effects on, 134, 138-46, 168- 72; sources of, 31-32, 40-44; target sub-groups, 90, 105. See also interventions
AIDS ministry, 71, 77-79
AIDS proximity, 33, 44, 106
aims, rationale, and hypotheses of study, 1, 3, 6-7

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