Sexuality, migration and AIDS in Ghana
Sexual behaviour in Ghana characterizes a society in transition. Although cultural restrictions against sexuality are no longer strictly enforced, the very nature of the social organization puts a brake on some excesses. Migration removes people from these restrictions into a situation where sexual fulfilment is enhanced. This paper explores the risk factors associated with migration. Results of a large survey across Ghana indicate widespread sexual networking. There is, however, an apparent...[Show more]
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