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Assessing the prevalence of condom use among junior college students

By Alfredia Weaver


Statement of Purpose. The purpose of this study was to assess junior college students\u27 prevalence of condom use, risk behaviors, attitudes toward AIDS, and sources of knowledge regarding AIDS. Method. The descriptive survey research technique was used. Subjects. One hundred and two subjects participated. Instrument. The instrument was developed, by the writer, and field-tested. Findings. The data indicate that the subjects surveyed in these two studies, are not taking seriously the recommended life-style changes for risk reduction. Conclusions. The findings in this survey are consistent with findings in other studies regarding college students\u27 risk behaviors, condom uses, and attitudes regarding AIDS

Topics: Student Counseling and Personnel Services
Publisher: DigitalCommons@Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center
Year: 1991
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