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The Context of HIV Risk Among Drug Users and Their Sexual Partners

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 143 [Printed in 1994]

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A Contextual Perspective on HIV Risk-----1
Robert J. Battjes, Zili Sloboda, and William C. Grace

I. Panel I - Heterosexual Males

HIV Risk Behaviors of Heterosexual Male Drug Users-----5
Richard H. Needle

Injection and Sexual Risk Behaviors of Male Heterosexual Injecting Drug Users-----9
Richard C. Stephens and Sonia A. Alemagno

HIV/AIDS Risks Among Male, Heterosexual Noninjecting Drug Users Who Exchange Crack for Sex-----26
James A. Inciardi

II. Panel II - Women

Context of HIV Risk Behavior Among Female Injecting Drug Users and Female Sexual Partners of Injecting Drug Users-----41
Diana Hartel

Female Drug Abusers and the Context of Their HIV Transmission Risk Behaviors-----48
Karen Allen

Factors Associated with Sexual Risk of AIDS in Women-----64
Ann O'Leary

Ill. Panel Ill - Men Who Have Sex With Men

Drug Use and HIV Risk Among Gay and Bisexual Men: An Overview-----82
Robert J. Battjes

Substance Use and HIV-Transmitting Behaviors Among Gay and Bisexual Men-----88
David G. Ostrow

Drug Use and HIV Risk Among Male Sex Workers: Results of Two Samples in San Francisco-----114
Dan Waldorf

IV. Panel IV - Adolescents

HIV Risk in Drug-Using Adolescents-----132
Vincent L. Smeriglio

HIV Risk in Adolescents: The Role of Sexual Activity and Substance Use Behaviors-----135
Cherrie B. Boyer and Jonathan M. Ellen

Going Nowhere Fast: Methamphetamine Use and HIV Infection-----155
Mary Jane Rotheram-Borus, G. Cajetan Luna, Toby Marotta, and Hilarie Kelly

V. Panel V - Measurement Issues

The Context of Risk: Methodological Issues-----183
Zili Sloboda

Bringing the Context in From the Cold: Substantive, Technical, and Statistical Issues for AIDS Research in the Second Decade-----187
Ann F. Brunswick

The Context of Risk: Ethnographic Contributions to the Study of Drug Use and HIV-----202
Stephen K. Koester

Assessing the Reliability and Validity of Self-Reported Risk Behavior-----218
David R. Gibson and Martin Young

Future Directions for Studies on the Context of HIV Risk-----236
William C. Grace, Robert J. Battjes, and Zili Sloboda

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