2010
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-12902010000600003 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Objetivo: Analisar o conhecimento da população sobre DST/aids, bem como os discursos sobre o uso do preservativo e das práticas sexuais. Métodos: Pesquisa qualitativa com 64 indivíduos jovens e adultos, brancos e negros, sexualmente ativos, de ambos os sexos. A vulnerabilidade ao HIV/aids foi discutida a partir da perspectiva racial (negros ou brancos), geracional (entre 16 e 24 anos ou 45 e mais) e de gênero (masculino ou feminino). Foram realizadas entrevistas em profundidade com roteiro semiestruturado nas … Show more

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“…This corroborates the results of research carried out in São Paulo and Recife, where the less educated had incorrect information on forms of prevention and contagion, reflected by a higher prevalence of STDs in this group 26 . It is understood that some questions of an educational nature may interfere with the adoption of methods of prevention, for example, low education may contribute to the increase of these infections.…”
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“…This corroborates the results of research carried out in São Paulo and Recife, where the less educated had incorrect information on forms of prevention and contagion, reflected by a higher prevalence of STDs in this group 26 . It is understood that some questions of an educational nature may interfere with the adoption of methods of prevention, for example, low education may contribute to the increase of these infections.…”
Section: No Yes No Yessupporting
“…In addition, it was observed that there is an increase in sexual relations and a gradual cessation of condom use over the course of the relationships, suggesting that the concern with STD is restricted to the beginning of the relationship, reducing significantly as familiarity with the partner increases, which has also been found in other studies (Arraes et al, 2013;Garcia & Souza, 2010;Oliveira et al, 2009;Oltramari & Camargo, 2010). In this regard, there is a minimum time period considered necessary for the knowledge of the partner and the establishment of a relationship of trust, in which condoms may be dispensed with in favor of the contraceptive pill.…”
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“…Various studies have also found a relationship between the length of the relationship and protective behaviors in relation to HIV, showing that the use of condoms reduces over the course of the relationship (Arraes et al, 2013;Bralock & Koniak-Griffin, 2009;Garcia & Souza, 2010;Oltramari & Camargo, 2010) and is significantly more frequent in casual relationships than in stable ones (Giacomozzi & Camargo, 2011;Camargo et al, 2010;Garcia & Souza, 2010;Oliveira, Pontes, Gomes, & Ribeiro, 2009). The adoption or not of protective conducts in relation to HIV is linked to the evaluation which the person makes in relation to their own exposure to the virus, which also has to do with the perception of the extent to which the partner represents a risk for the occurrence of contagion.…”
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“…Outro estudo afirma que, apesar de os participantes possuírem informações importantes sobre a aids, são frequentes as citações sobre formas incorretas de transmissão e modos preventivos influenciados pelo senso comum, cuja crença é de que o contágio pode acontecer facilmente pelo processo de higienização 18 .…”
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