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Young women and sexuality and limitations of aids

Professor Janet Holland | Sociology | 01 October 1988

Until recently women have been considered to be at low risk from hiv and aids, and attention has been focussed on so-called high risk groups. Recent evidence calls this focus into question, and indicates that the spread of aids is a matter of high ri ...

Groupwork with computers - london

Professor Celia Hoyles | Education | 01 September 1988

The researchers will develop a programme of computer-based groupwork in two cluster of four/six primary/middle schools. This will be improved and modified in the light of the first years experience. Research techniques will also be piloted during thi ...

Gcse oral communication assessment and inter-ethnic variation

Professor Roger Hewitt | Education | 01 August 1988

Aims and methods (as at end of award) : this research was prompted by the oral communication component in the (then) new gcse. This was the first time speaking and listening had been universally examined for any one age group and we were concerned th ...

Aids related knowledge amongst primary school children

Professor Jennie Popay | Sociology | 01 July 1988

Aims and methods (as at end of award): the study was concerned with the fe conducting research into primary school childrens aids-related knowledge in the context of their health beliefs in general. It had three main aims: 1. To establish the feasib ...

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