Relationship between African American women's menstrual learning and their menstrual attitudes: Does socioeconomic status make a difference?

Spring Cooper Robbins

This study surveyed African American women living in a northeastern city of the US to examine the relationships among menstrual learning, sharing menstrual information with others, and menstrual attitudes. Whether these relationships were influenced by socioeconomic status was also investigated. A total of 103 women were recruited through various sampling strategies. A minority of women reported receiving biological or behavioral information from various sources, with mothers being the main source.

 

Recorded in October 2012 at the 13th ASSERT National Conference on: 
Sexuality: Beyond Difficulties, Definitions and Diversity, Melbourne, Australia. 
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Spring Cooper Robbins

Senior Lecturer, STIs Research Centre,The University of Sydney, Australia

Co-authors: Patricia B. Koch; The Pennsylvania State University, PA, US
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