Browse Dept. of Kinesiology and Community Health by Subject "Gender and power"
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Gender disparities in HIV risk in the Dominican Republic: How do gendered power indicators explain sexual behaviors and HIV-related attitudes? (2014-05-30)Growing evidence in several professional fields supports that women’s vulnerability to HIV is not only the result of socioeconomic factors, but also the outcome of a cumulative history of cultural influences that have ...