Review: similar social factors influence young people's sexual behaviour worldwide

Varcoe, Colleen
October 2007
Evidence Based Nursing;Oct2007, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p124
Academic Journal
The article comments on a study which examined the factors that influence the sexual behavior of young people. According to the author, the authors of the study did not draw on the extensive literature on qualitative meta-synthesis or address the methodological challenges of meta-analysis that surface in their analysis. The author adds that the study contributed to the to understanding the social context of sexual behaviour, HIV risk, and sexually transmitted disease prevention.


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