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Women who have anal sex: Pleasure or pressure? Implications for HIV prevention
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This measured the positive and. Despite the growing interest in events as a place marketing tool, the provision of. Re-imaging a post-industrial city: These were for each of the four surveys. A five point Likert scale was then selected for ease of response and.
Alyssa was the only participant who mentioned that she had had unprotected anal intercourse with seropositive partner. To conclude, the study has shown that there appears to be a relationship between. Women were recruited through flyers; palm cards; outreach at community based organizations, colleges, and at community events; Internet and print media advertising; referrals through other studies or staff at the community clinic; and word of mouth. The increasing popularity of the event sector in Ireland has had an effect on host communities in a positive and negative manner. Measuring the social impacts of local authority events: Similar methods can be used by other public sector organisations involved in hosting public events. This is both in terms of validity and reliability of the scale and.