AIDS: Comparing South Korean and American College Students Comparison Essay by Research Group

AIDS: Comparing South Korean and American College Students
This paper compares the level of awareness of the risk of AIDS among college students in South Korea and in America.
# 25871 | 9,139 words | 26 sources | MLA | 2002 | US


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Description:

This paper is comprised of research proposed to contribute to the effort to identify and target certain groups at higher risk for HIV/AIDS by examining whether foreign students from South Korea currently studying in the United States may be a group that remains at risk despite current prevention efforts.

Table of Contents:
Background of the Study
Statement of the Problem
Purpose of the Study
Research Questions
Hypotheses
Significance of the Study
Delimitations
Limitations
Definitions
Overview of the Proposal
Review of the Literature
Nature of the Disease
Current Trends in the United States
Current Trends in South Korea
HIV/AIDS in South Korea
HIV/AIDS among South Koreans Living in Other Countries
Summary and Conclusions
Restatement of the Research Problem
Design Variables
Research Approach
Subject Selection Methods
Data Gathering Procedures
Instrumentation
Demographic Questionnaire
Attitudes Toward Safe Sex Practices: The SRS
The AIDS Knowledge Questionnaires
Data Analysis Plan
Descriptive Analysis
Inferential Analysis
Tables

From the Paper:

"Findings such as those observed by Kihara, Kihara, Ohya and Ichikawa (1998) lead to the question of whether prevention efforts in the United States are of benefit to foreign students, especially to students from South Korea. One study that sheds some light on this topic was conducted by Chou, Chin and Rodriquez (1998). In order to measure the effect of HIV 101 workshops on HIV knowledge, condom use self-efficacy, as well as intention to practice safer sex among immigrant and US-born Asians in New York City, the authors conducted a quasi-experimental, pretest-post test design. Subjects in the study consisted of Chinese, Filipino, Indian, Korean, and Japanese workshop 101 participants."

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AIDS: Comparing South Korean and American College Students (2003, May 02) Retrieved September 21, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/comparison-essay/aids-comparing-south-korean-and-american-college-students-25871/

MLA Format

"AIDS: Comparing South Korean and American College Students" 02 May 2003. Web. 21 September. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/comparison-essay/aids-comparing-south-korean-and-american-college-students-25871/>

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