The country versus the city: Differences between rural and urban tertiary students on HIV/AIDS

Clymo, Philippa
March 1996
Youth Studies Australia;Mar1996, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p58
Academic Journal
Presents an abstract of the article `The country versus the city: Difference between rural and urban tertiary students on HIV/AIDS knowledge, beliefs and attitudes,' by A. Grunseit, D. Lupton et al, which appeared in the `Australian Journal of Social Issues.'


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