Preventing AIDS among Black Gay Men and Black Gay and Heterosexual Male Intravenous Drug Users.Icard, Larry D.; And Others
Abstract: Explores complex cultural, economic, and social factors obstructing the reduction of the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) rate among black men who use intravenous drugs and black men who are gay. Discusses implications and recommendations for developing effective AIDS prevention efforts by highlighting race-specific resources and supports for high-risk black men. (Author/NB)
Title: Preventing AIDS among Black Gay Men and Black Gay and Heterosexual Male Intravenous Drug Users.
Author: Icard, Larry D.; And Others
Journal Citation: Social Work, v37 n5 p440-45 Sep 1992
Publication Year: 1992
Document Type: General Report (140); Journal Article (080)
Target Audience: Practitioners
ERIC Identifier: EJ482876
Clearinghouse Identifier: CG544628
Available from: UMI
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Descriptors: * Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome; * Blacks; * Drug Use; * Homosexuality; * Males; * Prevention; Sexuality