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Gregory M. Herek & Eric K. Glunt

In: AIDS, Identity, and Community: The HIV Epidemic and Lesbians and Gay Men

Chapter 4: Identity and Community among Gay and Bisexual Men in the AIDS Era: Preliminary Findings from the Sacramento Men's Health Study

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Identity and Community among Gay and Bisexual Men in the AIDS Era: Preliminary Findings from the Sacramento Men's Health Study
Identity and community among gay and bisexual men in the aids era: Preliminary findings from the sacramento men's health study
GregoryM.HerekEricK.Glunt

This chapter describes preliminary results from an ongoing study of the linkages between gay and bisexual men's sense of identity and community and their HIV-related risk behavior and psychological functioning in the AIDS era. Recognizing that AIDS now represents an ongoing fact of life and death for the gay community rather than a transient crisis, an increasing body of empirical research conceptualizes AIDS as one of many stressors confronting the community (e.g., Dean, this volume). Some researchers have addressed issues such as the psychological impact of ...

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