ABNF Journal

ABNF Journal is a magazine specializing in African American Focused topics.

Articles from Vol. 23, No. 3, Summer

Correlates of Physical Activity and the Theory of Planned Behavior between African American Women Who Are Physically Active and Those Who Are Not
Abstract: Many people have positive intention to engage in physical activity but fail to act. In general. Physical activity (PA) levels among Americans are declining. However, when compared to all other racial groups, middle aged African American women...
Influence of Scary Beliefs about the Tuskegee Syphilis Study on Willingness to Participate in Research
Abstract: Objectives. To assess whether scary/alarming beliefs about details on the Tuskegee Syphilis Study (TSS) are associated with willingness and/or fear to participate in biomedical research. Methods. Scary beliefs about TSS were examined for 565...
Scholarly Perspectives on Obesity among Black Women
Abstract: There are a disproportionate number of Black women who are either overweight or obese. Health professionals who are overweight or obese were found to have less confidence in weight management practice. Studies show that overweight and obese...
Student Disruption in a Global College Classroom: Multicultural Issues as Predisposing Factors
INTERNATIONAL NURSING DEPARTMENTAbstract: University and college faculty members may face inappropriate student behavior in a global classroom. This situation can complicate the maintenance of a positive effective learning environment. Student disruption...
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