Sexual Behavior and HIV/AIDS in Europe: Comparisons of National Surveys

By Michel Hubert; Nathalie Bajos et al. | Go to book overview

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Note: Page numbers followed by t or f refer to tables or figures
a
abstinence 255 -6, 344
affairs see fidelity and infidelity
age
and adaptation to HIV risk 253, 254t,255, 260
and attitudes to PWHAs 365t,367t,368t,372
and condom use 272, 273t,274 -6, 278t,280t,282 -3
and confidants 306, 307t
and experience of sexual techniques 142t,144, 145t,146 -7
and fidelity 315t,318t,319, 321
and frequency of masturbation 151, 152t,153t,155
and frequency of sex 126t,128t,130t,132t,134
and HIV testing 292, 293t,294
and homosexual behaviour 86, 87t,88, 89t,90
and knowledge of AIDS symptoms 350t,351
and knowledge of HIV protection 343, 344t,346, 347, 348, 349f,352 -3, 354
and knowledge of HIV transmission 336, 338, 340, 341, 342t,343, 352 -3, 354
and multipartnership 186 -7, 188t,205, 206 -7t,208
response bias related to 406
of sexual initiation see sexual initiation
and STDs 231, 233t,234t,235, 237t
and subjective risk perceptions 382 -3t
AIDS see HIV/AIDS
anal sex
factors influencing experience of 58, 142 -4t,145 -6t,147, 148 -9, 150
lifetime prevalence of 136 -7t,138, 139 -40t,141, 142, 409
and risk of HIV 200, 203 -5, 215
survey questions relating to 201 -2
art, sexual practices depicted in 107 -8

b
bisexuality
AIDS epidemic and interest in 68, 74
concept and occurrence of 69 - 70, 82, 83t,84 -6, 100
gender differences in experiences of 175, 176t,177
and multipartnership 189 -90, 208, 211t
and sex workers 191t,192
and sexual preference 95, 96t,97 -9
and STDs 228, 229t
blood donation 288, 296, 341 -3
blood transfusion 341 -2
books, sex manuals 108 -9, 110 -11

c
Chlamydia trachomatis223, 238
clinical sexology 111

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