Abstract

This study examined how adults in Ghana learned to make changes in their sexual practices in response to HIV/AIDS crisis. Findings include changes made in sexual practices and a learning process that included four components: initial awareness, catalysts for further learning, engagement in learning activities, and other influential factors.

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The Importance of Learning for Changing Sexual Practices in Response to the HIV/AIDS Crisis in Ghana

This study examined how adults in Ghana learned to make changes in their sexual practices in response to HIV/AIDS crisis. Findings include changes made in sexual practices and a learning process that included four components: initial awareness, catalysts for further learning, engagement in learning activities, and other influential factors.