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

By B. R. Simon Rosser | Go to book overview
Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, 174
television, 10, 18, 31, 198
terminology of homosexuality, 4
Te Roopu Tautoko,159
unsafe sex: alcohol and drug use correlates, 32; anti-discrimination legislation, effects on, 66; baseline estimates of, 88-90; definition of, 11; estimates of risk of HIV exposure, 137; lability of, 90, 189; and life events stress, 63, 217; loneliness, as correlate, 105, 129; obsessive compulsive sexual behavior model of unsafe sex, 94; as part of wider life strategy, 138; people judged most at risk, 146; prevalence of, 89; risk assessment and risk avoidance as life strategies, 136-38; stability of, 90, 189; targeting education toward, 180. See also safer sex and unsafe sex
variables under investigation, 12
video: description of, 169; effects on risk perception, 171-72; effects on safer sex, 175-80; model of health education, 174. See also interventions
violence, use of as strategy in AIDS education, 185-86, 192-93
violence toward homosexually active men: as factor sustaining spread of HIV, 217; prevalence of, 59-67, 200- 201; religious intolerance as, 79

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

B. R. SIMON ROSSER is a Postdoctoral Clinical Research Fellow, Department of Family Practice and Community Medicine, at the University of Minnesota. He has published journal articles in psychology, medicine, primary health care, venereology, AIDS, and theology.

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