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|Title:||Condom use among students': the influence of condom self- efficacy, social norms and affective attitude towards condom|
|Authors:||Alarape, A. I.|
Olapegba, P. O.
Chovwen, C. O.
|Keywords:||Condom:self-efficacy: social norms; attitude. .|
|Publisher:||Journal of social sciences|
|Abstract:||The study examined the influence of condom self-efficacy, social norms and affective altitude towards condom on reported condom use among university students. A total of 183 students participated in the study. Their age ranged between 15 and 32 years (Mean = 24, SD= 2.8). One hundred and fifty-one were single while 32 were married. The study revealed that condom self-efficacy, social norms and affective attitude towards condom play a significant role in reported use among university students. The implications of the findings on student sexual behaviour and condom use were discussed|
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