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In the southern United States, North Carolina has attracted an unprecedented influx of Hispanic immigrants in the s. Detailed data on the sexual behavior of these recent immigrants are lacking. This exploratory study used two methods, a survey and qualitative interviews. For both methods, participants were recruited using convenience sampling. All study participants were first-generation Mexican immigrants who had lived in North Carolina for at least six consecutive months.
The survey, administered face-to-face, explored the sexual attitudes and behavior of 43 married Mexican men living in North Carolina. The study's suggest that the sexual behavior of 'unaccompanied' married Mexican immigrant men, living alone in North Carolina, differs, at least in degree if not in kind, from that of 'accompanied' married men, residing in the state with their wives. Unaccompanied men who participated in the survey reported more lifetime sexual partners, more partners in the year, more extramarital partners and more contact with prostitutes than accompanied survey respondents.
The qualitative interviews suggest that unaccompanied men's peculiar status as 'single' men in North Carolina may provide them with both motive and opportunity to have extramarital sexual relationships and that few married Mexican men and women perceive STDs as relevant to their lives.
Overall, the study supports the need for male- and couple-focused STD prevention interventions for Hispanic immigrants. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. Search: Search. Advanced Clipboard.
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