Subject: Social and Behavioral Sciences | Research Article | Behavioral and Social Aspects of Health | Sexual and Gender Issues | Infectious diseases | Sociology | Cross-Sectional Studies | Social Prejudice | Epidemiology | Social Welfare | HIV | Public Health | Global Health | Social Epidemiology | Social Research | HIV prevention | Social Networks | Clinical Research Design | Social Discrimination | Medicine | Viral diseases | Q | R | Science | Women's Health
Social capital is important to disadvantaged groups, such as sex workers, as a means of facilitating internal group-related mutual aid and support as well as access to broader social and material resources. Studies among sex workers have linked higher social capital wit... View more
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