HIV Risk Prevention Dissertation or Thesis by CalDR

HIV Risk Prevention
This paper is a dissertation proposal to explore HIV risk prevention by educating minority adolescents.
# 29285 | 3,200 words | 49 sources | APA | 2002 | US

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This study asks if an interactive school-based HIV/AIDS prevention/education program for multi-ethnic urban seventh and eighth graders can increase their knowledge about HIV/AIDS, promote positive attitudes towards people with AIDS and encourage the desire for changes in the high risk behavior. The paper states that this research is based on the Theory of Reasoned Action (TRA), introduced by Fishbein in 1967 and suggests that a person's attitude toward any object is a function of his or her belief about the object and the evaluative aspects of those beliefs. The author proposes that an HIV educational program intervention will be used with a design consisting of a pre-test and post-test evaluation of an educational intervention on HIV/AIDS prevention to seventh and eighth grade students.

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HIV Risk Prevention (2003, July 28) Retrieved August 21, 2017, from

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"HIV Risk Prevention" 28 July 2003. Web. 21 August. 2017. <>