SEXUAL EXPRESSION IN JAMAICA

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SEXUAL EXPRESSION IN JAMAICA

  1. 1. i Sexual Expressions in Jamaica Edited by Paul A. Bourne
  2. 2. ii Sexual Expressions in Jamaica Paul A. Bourne Director, Socio-Medial Research Institute, Kingston, Jamaica (Formerly, Biostatistician and Social Demographer, Dept of Community Health and Psychiatry, University of the West Indies, Mona)
  3. 3. iii Socio-Medical Research Institute 66 Long Wall, Stony Hill Kingston 9, Jamaica © 2010 by Socio-Medical Research Institute All rights reserved. Published 2010 CATALOGUING IN PUBLICATION DATA Understanding Health and Health Measurements in Jamaica by Paul Bourne Includes bibliographical references ISBN: Covers design by Paul Bourne Book design by Paul Bourne Printed in Jamaica
  4. 4. iv Table of Contents Page Prologue vii Chapter 1 1 Sociodemographic correlates of age at sexual debut among women of the reproductive years in a middle-income developing nation Paul A. Bourne Chapter 2 28 Young males whose first coitus began at most 15 years old Paul A. Bourne Chapter 3 51 Factor Differentials in contraceptive use and demographic profile among females who had their first coital activity at most 16 years versus those at 16+ years old in a developing nation Paul A. Bourne Chapter 4 83 Young males who delay first coitus for the statutory age and beyond in Jamaica Paul A. Bourne Chapter 5Chapter 5Chapter 5Chapter 5 106 Reproductive health matters: Women whose first sexual intercourse occurred at 20+ years old Paul A. Bourne Chapter 6 129 On sexual and non-intimate unions among the general reproductive population of women in Jamaica: A cross-sectional survey Paul A. Bourne
  5. 5. v Chapter 7 166 Females with multiple sexual partners and their reproductive health matters: A comprehensive analysis of women aged 15-49 years in a developing nation Paul A. Bourne Chapter 8 194 Sexually assaulted females on their sexual debut: Reproductive health matters Paul A. Bourne Chapter 9 218 Reproductive health matters among Infrequent versus Frequent young adult-male-church attendees Paul A. Bourne Chapter 10 247 Multiple sexual partnerships among young adults in a tropically developing nation: A public health challenge Paul A. Bourne Chapter 11 279 Psychosocial correlates of condom usage in a developing country Paul A. Bourne, Christopher A.D. Charles, Cynthia G. Francis, Maxwell S. Williams, Neva South-Bourne, Samuel McDaniel Chapter 12 307 Current use of contraceptive method among women in a middle-income developing country Paul A. Bourne, Christopher A.D. Charles, Tazhmoye V. Crawford, Maureen D. Kerr-Campbell, Cynthia G. Francis
  6. 6. vi Chapter 13 332 Young adult men and their reproductive health issues in a developing country Paul A. Bourne, Christopher A.D. Charles Chapter 14 354 Sexual behavior and attitude towards HIV testing among non-HIV testers in a developing nation: A public health concern Paul A. Bourne, Christopher A.D. Charles Chapter 15 375 Knowledge, attitude and practices of adults of the reproductive years on reproductive health matters, with emphasis on HIV infected people in a Caribbean society Paul A. Bourne, Neva South-Bourne, Cynthia G. Francis Chapter 16 394 Females of the reproductive ages who have never used a condom with a non-steady sexual partner Paul A. Bourne Chapter 17 414 Male Prostitution: An exploratory study on Initiation, Practice and Behaviour of young adults in a Kingston Metropolitan Region, Jamaica Paul A. Bourne Chapter 18 473 Sexual harassment and sexual harassment policy in Jamaica: The absence of a national sexual harassment policy, and the way forward Racquel Peters and Paul A. Bourne
  7. 7. vii Chapter 19 522 Jamaica is without a National Sexual Harassment Policy: Challenges, Consequences, Health Problems and the Need for a National Policy Framework Racquel Peters and Paul A. Bourne Epilogue 564

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