Mukherjees 2007 article suggests that abstinence

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0.5 points QUESTION 51.Mukherjee’s (2007) article suggests thatAbstinence based education usually addresses the economicroots of the commoditization of women's bodies.AIDS is unrelated to the growth of poverty in a region.The approach to prevention of AIDS must be targeted towards the root causes of the epidemic.None of the above.
0.5 points QUESTION 61.Because younger women do not have access to information about HIV andare often more likely to have ‘high-risk’ unprotected sex with older men who are more sexually experienced and likely to be infected, they are the most at risk of becoming infected with HIV (World Health Organization, 2009).
0.5 points QUESTION 71.Research on comprehensivesexual education programs indicates that these programs are often successful at delaying the onset and reducing the frequency of intercourse, reducing the number of sexual partners, and increasing condom or contraceptive use for teenagers.
0.5 points QUESTION 81.Rape is a major factor driving the AIDS epidemic, according to Mukherjee(2010).
0.5 points QUESTION 91.Rape is an insignificant factor driving the AIDS epidemic, and this is especially true of political conflict zones. TrueFalse
0.5 points QUESTION 101.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:
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