Second, they treat gay communities as unitary, static formations that can be accepted or left. Social and behavioural correlates of HIV testing among Australian men who have sex with men. Some studies have also challenged the assumed positive effects of urban gay communities, noting potential associations with riskier behaviors e. Today, the forces that solidified urban gay communities during the second half of the 20th century e. Basics of qualitative research: Sex Research and Social Policy. The more detailed breakdown of responses is revealing - it points to a potential problem with the survey.
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Towards a revitalized cultural politics. The differences also reflect social, political, and institutional changes that have occurred across Canada but that affect different geographic regions and community subgroups differently. Accumulation by dispossession and the neoliberal fix. Quantitative analyses of the questionnaire data were conducted using SAS version 9. Younger men, in contrast, were more likely to dismiss discrimination from the mainstream community as a thing of the past. Boundaries and correspondence with census geography. As in the analysis of the broader community, the high reported perceived acceptance for men of color may mask important differences in how White men and men of color perceive the local gay community.