Sex, Techs & HIV: A report of HIV response national sample of trade apprentices

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The project was designed to examine the resonances between gender as it is constructed in the occupational setting and the HIV-response of young people. Data were generated through a large-scale national survey of Technical and Further Education (TAFE) apprentices in the occupational streams of hairdressing, automotive, and commercial cookery. A total of 4283 apprentices from 52 colleges across all states and territories of Australia completed the survey. This report presents some main indices on HIV-related issues drawn from this database.
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Grunseit, Anne
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1999
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