4 edition of Factors influencing selected male college students" condom usage found in the catalog.
Factors influencing selected male college students" condom usage
Written in English
|Statement||by Kelli Kenison Schroeder.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 80 leaves|
|Number of Pages||80|
Barriers to condom use for college students. There are a number of barriers to condom use, in addition to the general health barriers. discussed in the introduction, such as access, availability, and transport, among : Caitlyn Carson. This study examined how college students' knowledge of HIV/AIDS, relationship status, perceptions of condom use, and perceptions of personal risk affect condom use during sexual intercourse. The impact of trust and love justifications along Cited by: 2.
Although numerous facets of adolescent sexuality and its social context were addressed in the survey, the constructs of interest to the present study are students' (a) attitudes towards condom use, b) social normative beliefs regarding condom use, (c) perceived control over condom use, (d) intentions to use condoms, and (e) actual condom use. The female condom is a proven effective female controlled HIV prevention device. Sociocultural and biological factors predispose women to a heavier burden of HIV/AIDS than men. In Cameroon, with a high prevalence of HIV/AIDS, no study has investigated the factors influencing use of the female condom. This study was aimed to identify the factors influencing utilization of the female condom.
C.R Baffi, K.K Schroeder, K.J Redican, L McCluskeyFactors influencing selected heterosexual male college students’ condom use J Am Coll Health, 38 (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: Factors on Condom Use Community-level factors, ranging from social capital to collective efficacy, play an important role in condom use. This brief highlights key studies demonstrating the impact of community-level factors on condom use in low and middle-income Size: 1MB.
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Get this from a library. Factors influencing selected male college students' condom usage. [Kelli Kenison Schroeder]. This study assessed selected heterosexual male college students' use of condoms, their reasons for using condoms, and their attitudes toward sexuality and condoms.
Three hundred five male subjects completed a questionnaire that assessed class standing, marital status, reasons for using condoms, number of recent sexual partners, intention to use condoms, and attitudes toward sexuality and by: Factors influencing selected heterosexual male college students' condom use.
Baffi CR, Schroeder KK, Redican KJ, McCluskey L. This study assessed selected heterosexual male college students' use of condoms, their reasons for using condoms, and their attitudes toward sexuality and by: However, little is known about the effects of diverse information sources on the condom use in male college students with sex experience.
The purpose of this study was to identify potential factors associated with condom use among male college students. These factors may be useful to make policy for pregnancy prevention by: 7. The purpose of this paper is to identify potential differences in safer sex practices and factors that influence condom use among college students.
A four-page, item survey was developed to determine participants’ condom use and the impact of relationship status and other demographic factors on condom : Sara K. Fehr, Rebecca A. Vidourek, Keith A. King, Laura A. Nabors. To identify factors associated with condom use in Chinese male college students, we examined a sample of sexually experienced male students in seven colleges in.
Results show that five individual factors, three partner-related factors and two environmental factors were significant in influencing the use of condom among females. It is suggested that students besensitized on the risk of unsafe sexual behaviour, and advantages of condom usage.
Factors Influencing Condom Use Among Sexually Transmitted Infection Clinic Patients in Montego Bay, Jamaica Article (PDF Available) in The Open Reproductive Science Journal 1(1). Condom was the major available contraceptive for the males while Andrew liver salt (29%), oral pills (%), 7 Up (%) were the used by the females.
About 40% of the total sampled population believed contraception is not safe. Conclusion: Awareness and use of contraception among secondary school students in Ekpoma was low.
There is aFile Size: KB. Factors Affecting MOOC Usage by Students in Selected Ghanaian Universities Eli Fianu 1, *, Craig Blewett 1, George Oppong Appiagyei Ampong 2 and Kwame Simpe Ofori 3. Why Is Condom-Use Suddenly Dropping Among College Sophomores.
Research at multiple universities shows the decline in safe sex is concentrated among students from low. This study aimed to assess factors influencing actual use of a male condom among secondary school students in southern Tanzania. In all, sexually experienced participants aged 14 to JOURNAL OF ADOLESCENT HEALTH ; INTERNATIONAL ARTICLE Factors Quebec Influencing the Intention to Use Condoms Sexually-Inactive Male Adolescents in MINH NGUYET NGUYEN,JEAN-FRANCOIS SAUCIER, M.D., Ph.D., AND LUCILLE A.
PICA, Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine whether attitudes and other variables would be associ- ated with intention to use condoms.
FACTORS INFLUENCING UTILIZATION OF LIBRARY SERVICES AND RESOURCES: THE CASE OF UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI Mombasa Library and ICT Lab where students use the ICT Lab to identify and locate physical earliest evidence of library user education was reported at the Harvard College in s (Tiefel, ).
These early librarians were professors. Factors influencing utilisation of female condom among healthcare providers among nurses in (Connelly et al., ).Hence, there is a need to develop strategies that might enable health care providers to improve on the utilisation of the FC2 with the aim.
Correct and consistent use of them reduces the risk of HIV transmission by almost %.The objective of this study is to examine the factors that influence consistent condom use to prevent HIV/AIDS among secondary school male students in Limbe urban city of Cameroon using the main components of the Health Belief Model (HBM).
Approximately 1 in 3 particpants (36%) reported they always used condoms during sex, 20% that they usually used condoms, 9% that they used condoms half the time, and 35% reported that they used condoms seldom (Table 1). For men, 43% reported that they always used condoms, compared to 31% of.
HIV and AIDS which was selected among a few others. As part of the microbicide studies data was collected on the use of condoms which by far is the most effective method in HIV prevention. Condom use and factors that influence its use is very important due to a marked difference in urban and rural areas.
As such, it became veryFile Size: 1MB. The failure of sexually-active students, both drinkers and non-drinkers, to use condoms should not be surprising given the many factors which influence condom use. The development of trust between young people engaged in sexual relationship may reduce the perceived risk of contracting sexually transmitted diseases (Morrison et al, ).
Incidences of high-risk sexual behaviors have been reported among university students. In Ethiopia, a survey established that non-condom use with a non-regular partner was % among University students .
A survey report among Tanzanian female university students reported low condom use File Size: KB.  Baffi CR, Schroeder KK, Redican KJ, McCluskey L. Factors influencing selected heterosexual male college students’ condom use. J Am Coll Health ; 38 – | Factors influencing selected heterosexual male college students’ condom by: Muhammad Daniyal.
Indexed and Abstracted ISSN (Online) African Journal of Education and Technology ISSN (Print) Volume 1 Number 2 (), pp. 51 THE FACTORS AFFECTING THE STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY OF ISLAMIA UNIVERSITY OF BAHAWALPUR, PAKISTAN Muhammad DANIYAL1; Tahir NAWAZ1.Rejects condom use: Prefers not to use a condom because of spontaneity and/or sensation issues.
Unknown: Do not know your partners attitude towards condom use. After considering all three variables you will be asked to decide how likely it is that you would make the decision to use or not use a condom during sexual intercourse with the person.