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Vaginal practices as women's agency in Sub-Saharan Africa: a synthesis of meaning and motivation through meta-ethnography

(2012) SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE. 74(9). p.1311-1323
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HIV/AIDS, Vaginal practices, Sexuality, Gender, Sub-Saharan Africa, Meta-ethnography, Review, Women, BACTERIAL VAGINOSIS, HIV-INFECTION, SOUTH-AFRICA, DRY SEX, THERAPY, RISK, EXPERIENCE, SEXUALITY, EROTICISM, HEALTH

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Martin Hilber, Adriane, Elise Kenter, Shelagh Redmond, Sonja Merten, Brigitte Bagnol, Nicola Low, and Ruth Garside. 2012. “Vaginal Practices as Women’s Agency in Sub-Saharan Africa: a Synthesis of Meaning and Motivation Through Meta-ethnography.” Social Science & Medicine 74 (9): 1311–1323.
APA
Martin Hilber, A., Kenter, E., Redmond, S., Merten, S., Bagnol, B., Low, N., & Garside, R. (2012). Vaginal practices as women’s agency in Sub-Saharan Africa: a synthesis of meaning and motivation through meta-ethnography. SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE, 74(9), 1311–1323.
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Martin Hilber A, Kenter E, Redmond S, Merten S, Bagnol B, Low N, et al. Vaginal practices as women’s agency in Sub-Saharan Africa: a synthesis of meaning and motivation through meta-ethnography. SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE. 2012;74(9):1311–23.
MLA
Martin Hilber, Adriane, Elise Kenter, Shelagh Redmond, et al. “Vaginal Practices as Women’s Agency in Sub-Saharan Africa: a Synthesis of Meaning and Motivation Through Meta-ethnography.” SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE 74.9 (2012): 1311–1323. Print.
@article{2121955,
  author       = {Martin Hilber, Adriane and Kenter, Elise and Redmond, Shelagh and Merten, Sonja and Bagnol, Brigitte and Low, Nicola and Garside, Ruth},
  issn         = {0277-9536},
  journal      = {SOCIAL SCIENCE \& MEDICINE},
  keyword      = {HIV/AIDS,Vaginal practices,Sexuality,Gender,Sub-Saharan Africa,Meta-ethnography,Review,Women,BACTERIAL VAGINOSIS,HIV-INFECTION,SOUTH-AFRICA,DRY SEX,THERAPY,RISK,EXPERIENCE,SEXUALITY,EROTICISM,HEALTH},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {9},
  pages        = {1311--1323},
  title        = {Vaginal practices as women's agency in Sub-Saharan Africa: a synthesis of meaning and motivation through meta-ethnography},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2011.11.032},
  volume       = {74},
  year         = {2012},
}

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