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Bahamian Men’s Masculine Ideology and Safer Sex Practices: Papa was no Rolling Stone

The Bahamas is home to 3% prevalence of PLHIV; this study addresses the gap in the literature. Findings can assist in the development of culturally competent programmes that are congruent with masculine ideology, in the context of safer sex behaviours.


21 Jan, 2016
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e-Published: 23 Feb, 2016


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