ERIC Number: ED392777
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1995-Jul
Reference Count: N/A
The Student Monograph. Original Articles by Student Gammans, 1995 Edition. The Eta Sigma Gamma Monograph Series, Volume 13, Number 1.
This publication contains a selection of undergraduate and graduate student research papers offered to the Eta Sigma Gamma Society in the health science disciplines. Articles include: (1) "The Development of Public/Private Partnerships and Their Impact on the Future of Public Health" (James Broadbear); (2) "Cancer Knowledge, Self-Efficacy and Cancer Screening Behaviors among Mexican-American Women" (Vanessa Carpenter); (3) "Health Education and the Media: Friends or Foes?" (Laura N. Deitsch); (4) "The Seropositive Child: Evolution of School Policy in the Age of AIDS" (Elisha A. Eisenberg); (5) "Expanded Use of Champion's Health Belief Scale: Breast Self-Examination and Sexual Orientation" (Lyndall Ellingson); (6) "Women's Dependence on Fad Dieting: A Result of Cultural Influence" (Jennifer A. Lovinfosse); (7) "Adolescent Sexuality Education: The Public Health Role" (Michele Moore); (8) "The Role of Health Educators in the Occupational Health and Safety Field: Present and Future Opportunities" (Chris R. Nelson); (9) "Issues Related to the use of Racially Segregated Health Data" (Dawn D. Shears); and (10) "Cultural and Environmental Influences on Dietary Behavior and Cardiovascular Health among Chinese-American Adolescents" (Wei Yue Sun). Information on article reviewers and contributors is appended. Each article contains references. (NAV)
Descriptors: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, Adolescents, Blacks, Cancer, Careers, Cultural Influences, Data Collection, Elementary Secondary Education, Females, Graduate Students, Health Education, Health Occupations, Higher Education, Mexican Americans, Public Health, Reliability, School Policy, Sex Education, Student Publications, Student Research, Undergraduate Students
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Policymakers
Sponsor: Eta Sigma Gamma, Muncie, IN.
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers: Eta Sigma Gamma; Health Sciences