Dominican Republic: a sour taste on the sugar plantations. However, loss of a stable, cohesive social environment also appears to have contributed to the rise in prevalence of coronary artery disease in the migrant groups.
Such values may sometimes be over-ridden by short-term priorities such as job security or financial gain. Culturally shaped illnesses are disorders that reflect the social, political, and moral worlds of the patient. Department of State.
The combination of limited education, migratory labor that separates men from their wives and families, and the breakdown of traditional family networks creates a context in which men may seek multiple sexual partners. Since HIV rates among pregnant women are usually easier to obtain, they are often used to estimate the prevalence in a population.
Statement of the Problem Commercial sex has become a way of life in many Nigerian societies. In line with the above observation, Uzokwe stated that prostitution is a very old profession. Significance of the Study This study has both theoretical and practical significance.
It will as well offer reasonable suggestion that will reduce the problems of women education in Nkwerre local government area ofImoState. Highly educated persons are not less likely to engage in prostitution than their lowly educated counterparts in Awka South LGA.
Their aim is mainly on money making. Many girls in Nigeria are left at home to do domestic work or engage in child labour as a way of life.
Journal Reference : Robert Erikson. Cultural Resource Management. Eugenio M. Pina LL. Western union daddies and their quest for authenticity: an ethnographic study of the Dominican gay sex tourism industry.
Policy Empowers:Condom use among sex workers in the Dominican Republic. Cultural Geography. Monitoring the trend of sexually transmitted infections STIs other than HIV eg, gonorrhea and syphilis could be valuable in enabling a more accurate estimate of prevalence and transmission of HIV.
Cognitive ability is thus an important link between social background and educational attainment… [although it is] far from being the major mechanism behind the association. Erikson concludes: "Most of the effects of these social background factors are transmitted via other mechanisms than cognitive ability.