Session 50:
Socio-Cultural and Gender Dimensions of Sexual Behavior and STDs

Thursday, April 17
3:30 PM - 5:20 PM
Grand Ballroom B
5th floor

Chair: John G. Cleland, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Discussant: Martina Morris, University of Washington

  1. Differences in Men’s and Women’s Sexual and Romantic Partnerships in Kenya: How Big is the Gender Gap?Shelley Clark, McGill University; Caroline Kabiru, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC)

  2. Busy Bodies?: An Analysis of Sex Partner Counts of American TeensEirik Evenhouse, Mills College; Siobhan Reilly, Mills College

  3. Sexual Behavior among Adults in the U.S..: A Couples-Based ApproachJohn O.G. Billy, Battelle- Centers for Public Health Research and Evaluation; William R. Grady, Battelle- Centers for Public Health Research and Evaluation; Daniel H. Klepinger, Battelle- Centers for Public Health Research and Evaluation; Morgan Sill, Battelle- Centers for Public Health Research and Evaluation

  4. Meanings, Myths and Measurement: Estimating HIV/AIDS Prevalence in the Southern CaucasusCynthia Buckley, University of Texas at Austin

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