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This paper describes the analysis, using the software package NUDIST 2.3, of interview data from a qualitative study of young drug injectors and their risk of HIV/AIDS. The aims and processes of the study are briefly described, and the method of analysis detailed. NUDIST 2.3 is a sophisticated...
This article discusses various ways in which ethnographic methods were employed in a cohort study of HIV risk and transitions to injecting among non-injecting heroin users (NIUs), or ‘sniffers’, in New York City. In preparation for and in conjunction with an epidemiologic questionnaire survey...
The research literature is replete with discussions of ethnography as a methodology involving deception, especially in the conduct of participant observation. When such research involves forging trusting relationships with active drug users-who develop many skills in deception during their...
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