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HIV Stigma Mediates the Association between Social Cohesion and Consistent Condom Use among Female Sex Workers Living with HIV in the Dominican Republic

Citation

Carrasco, Maria Augusta; Nguyen, Trang Quyen; Barrington, Clare; Perez, Martha; Donastorg, Yeycy A.; & Kerrigan, Deanna L. (2018). HIV Stigma Mediates the Association between Social Cohesion and Consistent Condom Use among Female Sex Workers Living with HIV in the Dominican Republic. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 47(5), 1529-1539.

Abstract

Evidence indicates that social cohesion is a successful strategy to improve consistent condom use (CCU) among female sex workers. However, the individual and layered or combined effect that various types of overlapping stigmas may have on CCU between female sex workers living with HIV and their clients and steady partners has not been analyzed. Drawing on the

URL

http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10508-018-1186-7

Reference Type

Journal Article

Year Published

2018

Journal Title

Archives of Sexual Behavior

Author(s)

Carrasco, Maria Augusta
Nguyen, Trang Quyen
Barrington, Clare
Perez, Martha
Donastorg, Yeycy A.
Kerrigan, Deanna L.