Rape is an insignificant factor driving the aids

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QUESTION 41.Rape is an insignificant factor driving the AIDS epidemic, and this is especially true of political conflict zones. TrueFalse
0.5 points QUESTION 51.According to the World Health Organization (2009), women who engage in sex work, drug use, and migration are at high risk of HIV infection. Often they are engaging in such ‘risky behaviours’ as a result of their:
0.5 points QUESTION 61.Which of the following reflects the ‘constructed reality of threat’ that the young adults in Maticka-Tyndall’s survey (1992) demonstrated about AIDS?
0.5 points QUESTION 71.What biological factors might make women more vulnerable to sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in comparison with men?
0.5 points QUESTION 81.Maticka-Tyndale’s (1992) article suggests that for AIDS prevention programs to effectively reduce the spread of HIV, they must be designed to become part of common sense knowledge.TrueFalse
0.5 points QUESTION 91.Girls serving as domestic servants who are often forced to have sex with their masters, the sex trade, and prostitution are all examples of ________________,which contributes to the spread of HIV, according to Mukherjee (2010).
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