Alcohol Use Participants reported the number of days they get drunk in a typical week. Third, the sample was recruited using non-probabilistic methods. Characteristics of respondents are provided in Table 1. Gay, Hispanic, rural, social determinants, HIV. Conversely, we found that greater levels of American close friends increased odds of consistent condom use compared to all Latino close friends, but the extremely wide confidence intervals suggested imprecise estimates. Less than high school diploma or equivalent GED. Psychometric performance of a novel measure of social support among Spanish-speaking immigrant Latino gay men.
Stability of self-esteem as a moderator of the relation between level of self-esteem and depression.
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Conclusions This study extends current knowledge about immigrant sexual minority Latino men, a sub-group Latino men about whom little is known, and suggests directions for future research. Parrado EA, Kandel W. In qualitative studies, we identified a number of social and contextual factors that affect these men in North Carolina Rhodes, Hergenrather, Aronson, Bloom, Felizzola, Wolfson, Vissman, Alonzo, Allen, et al. This may indicate limited integration into Anglo-American society. Fourth, the sample size is modest, which may limit the power of statistical tests. Most participants had told their mother about their sexuality, of whom a large majority felt that they were always accepted by their mothers.