Sexual behavior and attitudes among unmarried urban youths in Guinea

Gorgen, Regina; Yansane, Mohamed L.; Marx, Michael; Millimounou, Dominique
June 1998
International Family Planning Perspectives;Jun98, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p65
Academic Journal
Examines the extent of exposure to health problems resulting from sexual behavior among unmarried urban youths in Guinea. Description of the factors influencing the behavior; Comparison of the sexual activity of male and female; Young people's criteria for choosing a partner; Age difference among partners; Mean age of onset of sexual activity.


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