A grounded theory study of the process used to negotiate condom use among African American women: Review of the literature

Date
2015
Authors
Hunter, Theresa Sanders
Tilley, Donna Scott
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Publisher
Tucker Publications (defunct)
Abstract

Abstract: This review of the literature identifies themes, variable, goals, and gaps in the literature related to HIV and AIDS among African American women. Black Feminist Epistemology and symbolic interactionism are used as a theoretical perspective and philosophical framework to examine experiences and social behaviors of African-American women and to guide and framework to explain the findings from the literature. This theoretical perspective/philosophical framework can also be used in understanding processes used by African-American women in behavioral, social, and intimate interactions.

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Article originally published in Journal of Cultural Diversity 22 (1), 23- 29. English. Published Online 2015. https://ezp.twu.edu/login?url=https://www.proquest.com/scholarly-journals/grounded-theory-study-process-used-negotiate/docview/1672175868/se-2
Journal and publisher appear to be defunct. Per Amanda Z., deposited published version of article. -- EDH 7/7/23
Keywords
African-American women, HIV/AIDS, Power differentials, Gender ratio imbalance, Risky sexual behaviors, Cultural factors, Condoms
Citation
This is the published version of an article that is available at https://ezp.twu.edu/login?url=https://www.proquest.com/scholarly-journals/grounded-theory-study-process-used-negotiate/docview/1672175868/se-2. Recommended citation: Hunter, T. & Scott Tilley, D. (2015). A grounded theory study of the process used to negotiate condom use among African American women: Review of the literature. Journal of Cultural Diversity 22 (1), 23- 29. This item has been deposited in with the author’s permission and in the absence of policies.
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