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Why Young Men Don't Use Condoms

Factors Related to the Consistency of Utilization

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Document date: June 01, 1995
Released online: June 01, 1995
This report uses analyses of the National Survey of Adolescent Males to examine what is known about the factors related to condom use. The evidence about the extent of condom use is examined, and the factors that appear to influence young men to use condoms are summarized.


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