Validation of Instruments for the Investigation of Sexuality in Vulnerable Groups

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Lubia del Carmen Castillo Arcos (Editor)
Universidad Autónoma del Carmen, Mexico

Series: Research Methodology and Data Analysis
BISAC: SOC026000

In Health Sciences it is necessary to have measuring instruments that allow analyzing various phenomena for better understanding, including those related to human sexuality. Undoubtedly, it is a sensitive issue to discuss, so it is important to have empirical indicators that are capable of measuring as accurately as possible concepts that interest researchers.

The book Validation of instruments for the investigation of sexuality in vulnerable groups is written with the purpose of guiding the process of adaptation and validation of various instruments in the field of sexuality step by step to researchers, teachers and students This is a book that can be used in basic, intermediate and advanced research courses, as well as in research seminars or on methodology. It contains various validated instruments that make it useful for any area of health science and social science.

This book collects, updates and analyzes the instruments currently available for the measurement of sexual health, provides a detailed guide to the questionnaires prepared, translated and validated so that health professionals can choose the instrument to use according to the subject of interest.

Also, the information provided could be useful to researchers who want to know how to validate an instrument and consider carrying out research studies on issues related to human sexuality. To facilitate understanding, conceptual references related to the methodological design and the study phenomenon are included.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Validation of Instrument: Use of Online Sexual Material in Young University Students
(Carolina, Valdez-Montero, DNS, Facultad de Enfermería Mochis, Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico)

Chapter 2. Adaptation and Validation of the Safe Sex Behavior Questionnaire to Prevent HPV in Adolescents
(Claudia Orozco-Gómez, DNS, María Guadalupe Moreno-Monsiváis, DPs, and Vicente Jiménez-Vázquez, DNS, School of Nursing and Nutrition, Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, México, and others)

Chapter 3. Adaptation of the Internalized Homophobia Scale for Mexican MSM
(Francisco Javier Báez Hernández, DNS, Vianet Nava Navarro, DNS, Miguel Angel Zenteno Lopez, Victor Manuel Blanco Álvarez, DCS, School of Nursing, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Puebla, México)

Chapter 4. Adaptation and Validity of the Safe Sex Behavior Questionnaire (SSBQ) for Migrant Population
(Jesus A. Guerra-Ordoñez, DNS, Raquel A. Benavides-Torres, PhD, Rogelio Zapata-Garibay, DSS, Gustavo Gutierrez-Sanchez, DP, Hemelinda Ávila-Alpirez, DNCC, Martha Elba Salazar-Barajas, DNS, Multidisciplinary Academic Unit Matamoros, Universidad Autónoma deTamaulipas, Matamoros, Tamps, México, and others)

Chapter 5. Adaptation and Exploratory Factor Analysis of the Questionnaire Errors/Problems in the Male Condom Use (CUES)
(José Luis Hernández-Torres, DSN, Raquel Alicia Benavides-Torres, PhD, Alma Rosa Quiroz-Guerra, Roxana Martínez-Cervantes, Adriana Mayela Cárdenas-Cortés, Nancy Rodríguez-Vázquez, School of Nursing, Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila, Coahuila, México, and others)

Chapter 6. Validation of Scale of Uncertainty in Pregnant Adolescents in Mexican Population
(Rosalva del Carmen Barbosa-Martínez, DNS, Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon, School of Nursing and Center for Research and Development in Health Sciences. Nuevo León, México, and others)

Chapter 7. Validity and Reliability of HIV-Aids Knowledge Scale in Population of Men Who Have Sex with Men from Mexico
(Vicente Jiménez-Vázquez, DNS, School of Nursing and Nutrition, Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, México)

Chapter 8. Validity of the Negotiation Style Scale for Condom Use in Men Who Have Sex with Men
(Dora Julia Onofre-Rodríguez, PhD, School of Nursing and Center for Research and Development in Health Sciences, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Monterrey, Nuevo León, México)

Chapter 9. Validation of the Pros and Cons Measurement Scale towards HIV Testing in Mexican Men Who Have Sex with Men
(Reyna Torres-Obregón, DNS, Faculty of Nursing, Unidad Saltillo, Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila, Saltillo, Coahuila, México)

Chapter 10. Validation of the Sexual Desire Inventory in Mexican Men Who Have Sex with Men and Women
(Ulises López-Sánchez, School of Nursing and Center for Research and Development in Health Sciences, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Monterrey, Nuevo León, México)

Chapter 11. Psychometric Properties of a Spanish Translation of an Instrument for Measuring Risky Sexual Behavior
(Martha O. Valle-Solís, DSN, Nursing Academic Unit, Universidad Autónoma de Nayarit, Nayarit, México)

Chapter 12. Adapt and Validate a Social Support Scale for Contraceptive Behavior
(Lucía Caudillo Ortega, DSN, School of Nursing, Universidad de Guanajuato, Guanajuato, México)

Chapter 13. Adaptation of a Contraception Attitude Scale for the Mexican Population
(Maria Luisa Flores-Arias, DNS, Department of Nursing and Obstetrics, University of Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Gto, México)

Chapter 14. Translation and Adaptation of an Instrument to Measure Sexual Attitudes in Migrants
(Raquel A. Benavides-Torres, School of Nursing, and Center for Research and Development in Health Sciences [CIDICS], Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Monterrey, Nuevo León, México)

Chapter 15. Instrument Adaptation: Coping with Sexual Risk in Migrants (Spanish Version)
(Jesus A. Guerra-Ordoñez, DNS, Multidisciplinary Academic Unit Matamoros, Universidad Autónoma deTamaulipas, Matamoros, Tamps, México)

Chapter 16. Influence of Sexism and Sexual Sensation Seeking in Safe Sex on Mexican Heterosexual Stable Couples
(Norma Elva Sáenz-Soto, DNS, Institute of Security and Social Services of State Workers, Monterrey, Nuevo León, México)

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