Influence of Traditional Vietnamese Culture on the Utilization of Mainstream Health Services for Sexual Health Issues by Second-Generation Vietnamese Australian Young Women
April 6, 2009
The current discussion of the impact of traditional Vietnamese culture on young Vietnamese Australian women's uptake of mainstream health services for sexual health matters is part of a larger qualitative study exploring the factors shaping the sexual behavior of these women. The researchers employed a grounded theory methodology involving in-depth interviews with 15 Vietnamese Australian young women ages 18 to 25 residing in Victoria, Australia.
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