Session 146:
Demographic Research on Sexual Behaviors Related to HIV

Saturday, May 3
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Conrad A
2nd Floor

Chair: Dominique Meekers, Tulane University
Discussant: Sohail Agha, Tulane University

  1. Who You Do It with Matters: Characteristics of Sexual Partnerships among Male and Female Youth in Kwa-Zulu Natal, South AfricaLisanne Brown, Tulane University; Naomi Rutenberg, Population Council; Ali M. Karim, Tulane University

  2. Does Condom Use Promote Behavioral Disinhibition? Empirical Evidence from Rakai, UgandaSaifuddin Ahmed, Johns Hopkins University; Ronald H. Gray, Johns Hopkins University; Tom Lutalo, Rakai Project; David Serwadda, Makerere University; Noah Kiwanuka, Rakai Project; Godfrey Kigozi, Uganda Virus Research Institute, Rakai Project; Maria Wawer, Johns Hopkins University

  3. Partners and Protection: HIV Risk Trajectories among Young MenRandy Capps, Urban Institute; Freya L. Sonenstein, Urban Institute; Jason Ost, Urban Institute; Gary J. Gates, Urban Institute

  4. Risk Factors for Sexually Transmitted Diseases and HIV in a Society with High AIDS Awareness and Prevalence: An Analysis of ZimbabweAmson Sibanda, University of Pennsylvania

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