Experimental research on sexual networking in some selected areas of Ghana
Despite increasing evidence that West Africa is at a critical stage in its experience of the AIDS pandemic, there is a lack of specific information about the sexual behaviour of people in the society. To provide such information, 360 individuals were surveyed. Results indicate that the nature of sexual contacts within Ghanaian society has the potential to promote the spread of STDs and AIDS. Polygyny, central in Ghanaian socio-cultural organization, underlies the male tendency to seek multiple...[Show more]
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