Older persons' AIDS knowledge and willingness to provide care in an impoverished nation: evidence from Cambodia

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Social & Behavioral Science
Department Sociology
Program Institute of Public and International Affairs (IPIA)
Creator Zimmer, Zachary
Other Author Knodel, John
Title Older persons' AIDS knowledge and willingness to provide care in an impoverished nation: evidence from Cambodia
Date 2007
Description Since the beginning of the global pandemic, assessing knowledge and attitudes regarding AIDS has been an important subject of research and for good reasons. Given the unusual features of HIV/AIDS, there is considerable potential for misunderstanding important aspects of the disease that could affect both behaviours related to risk exposure, as well as reactions to those known or believed to have contracted HIV. Most research on knowledge and attitudes has focused on young or prime aged adults.
Type Text
Publisher UNESCAP
Volume 22
Issue 1
First Page 11
Last Page 28
Subject AIDS knowledge
Subject LCSH AIDS (Disease); Caregivers; AIDS (Disease) -- Cambodia; AIDS (Disease) in old age; AIDS (Disease) in old age -- Cambodia; Caregivers -- Cambodia; Older people -- Cambodia
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Knodel, J., & Zimmer, Z. (2007). Older persons' AIDS knowledge and willingness to provide care in an impoverished nation: evidence from Cambodia. Asia Pacific Population Journal, 22(1), 11-28.
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Date Modified 2021-05-06
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