Part 2: Annotated Bibliography
In Unit 1, you conducted a brief review of the literature. In Unit 2, you will expand upon this review by presenting an annotated bibliography of at least 15 sources, of which at least 10 must be from peer-reviewed journals. In addition, it is important that these sources are published within the last decade. Present your annotated bibliography in 5–7 pages.
Your annotated bibliography should critically evaluate each source in 1–2 paragraphs. Here are some resources that might help you in preparing for this assignment:
Can you please use these references and add more. I need at least 10 peer review articles
HIV and African American Women Research: An Annotated Bibliography
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). (2013). HIV/AIDS Basics. Retrieved from http://www.cdc.gov/actagainstaids/basics/
This website focuses on the different HIV related facts throughout the United States. The website focuses on the HIV rates per state, factors that are currently contributing to current programs that have been put into place to help decrease the rates. As well as overall general facts regarding HIV statistics among African American women.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC)(2013). HIV Among Women. Retrieved from http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/pdf/rosk_women.pdf
This website focuses on the statistics of HIV among African American Women.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)(2013). HIV Among African American Women (podcast). Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-CY344HVRw&feature=youtube
DjClemente,R.J.. Wingood,G.M.(1995). A randomized controlled trial of and HIV sexual risk reduction intervention for young African American women. The Journal of the American Medical Association. 274 (16), 1271-1276
Nabila El-Bassel, Nathilee A. Caldeira, Lesia M. Ruglass, and Louisa Gilbert. Addressing the Unique Needs of African American Women in HIV Prevention. American Journal of Public Health: June 2009, Vol. 99, No. 6, pp. 996-1001.
This article addresses the HIV epidemic in African American Women and discusses the leading causes of HIV in African American women as well as prevention strategies. It also focuses on a study that was done which focused on the social norms and showed that in the areas where it was okay to discuss sex that the women were more likely to use protective barriers. It also stresses the importance of intervention programs that involved social networks, local organizations, and outreach efforts because they were effective in changing social and community norms around safer sexual relations and reducing HIV risk behaviors for African American women.
Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF).(2013). Black Americans and HIV. Retrieved from http://kff.org/disparities-policy/fact-sheet/black-americans-and-hiv-aids/
Geonnotti,K.L.,Reif,K. & Whetten, K. (2006). HIV Infection and AIDS in the Deep South, American Journal of Public Health,96(6):970-973.doi:10.2105/AJPH.2005.063149
This journal focused on HIV in the South and the prevalence of it as well as the demographics.
Bedimo ALBennett M, Kissinger P, Clark RA, . J Assoc Nurses AIDS Care. 1998 May-Jun; 9(3):48-58.
This journal discusses a study that involved adolescents between 16-45 years old and discussed reasons behind why African American women chose not to use condoms. Reasons that were given were the women didn’t think that the condoms were reliable and their partners didn’t want to use them. It was recommended that if there were prevention programs in place the women perception regarding condom use would change.
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