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This document reports the results of a venture to higher comprehend in addition to strengthen a technique to review the standards linked to sexual hazard behaviour between alcohol clients in different cultural settings. The venture thinking about 8 international locations from 4 continents (Belarus, India, Mexico, Kenya, Romania, the Russian Federation, South Africa and Zambia).

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Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 44(3):10-20. Ramjee G, Gouws E. (2001) Targeting HIV prevention efforts on truck drivers and sex workers: Implications for a decline in the spread of HIV in Southern Africa. AIDS Bulletin, 10(1). Reddy P, Meyer-Weitz A. (1999) Sense and sensibilities: The psychosocial and contextual determinants of STD-related behaviour. Parow, South Africa, Medical Research Council. Rocha-Silva L. (1989) Drinking practices, drinking-related attitudes and public impressions of services for alcohol and other drug problems in urban South Africa.

Behaviour settings/situations) placed individuals at risk of STI/HIV infection. g. in the form of drinking competitions); and was “encouraged in family settings and by peers”, particularly in the case of males. These sociocultural and environmental factors were supported by beliefs such as the following: that alcohol use was “normal” and signified “maturity” and, more particularly, “maleness or masculinity”; that beer was a non-alcoholic drink; and that alcohol consumption was “integral in partnership development” and functional in sexual encounters.

Ramjee G, Gouws E. (2001) Targeting HIV prevention efforts on truck drivers and sex workers: Implications for a decline in the spread of HIV in Southern Africa. AIDS Bulletin, 10(1). Reddy P, Meyer-Weitz A. (1999) Sense and sensibilities: The psychosocial and contextual determinants of STD-related behaviour. Parow, South Africa, Medical Research Council. Rocha-Silva L. (1989) Drinking practices, drinking-related attitudes and public impressions of services for alcohol and other drug problems in urban South Africa.

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