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Tag: social networks


Methods for Collection of Participant-Aided Sociograms for the Study of Social, Sexual and Substance-Using Networks Among Young Men Who Have Sex with Men

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11th January

This approach advances social network data collection and is feasible and appropriate for an adolescent and young adult population.



Research Blog—How Social Media Amplifies Community Resilience among the LGBT Community

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13th November

Despite adversity, the LGBT community finds a sense of resilience through social networks via virtual communities and other e-approaches.



The Negative Effects of Prejudice on Interpersonal Relationships Within Adolescent Peer Groups

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14th April

Sexual prejudice may have negative effects on the interpersonal interactions of adolescents.



The Role of Geographic and Network Factors in Racial Disparities in HIV Among Young Men Who have Sex with Men: An Egocentric Network Study

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3rd February

Racial disparities in HIV are not shown to be driven by differences in individuals’ HIV risk behaviors.






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