Different Socio-Demographic Variables and their Impact on the Knowledge and Consciousness about HIV/AIDS

Md. Behzad Noor, Rubaiyat Shaimom Chowdhury, Md. Yunus Hossain Bhuyan


This study is brought into to identify the bivariate distribution of the different Socio-Demographic variables with the variable named “Use Condom at the Time of Sexual Intercourse” as the dependent variable. The present study utilizes the BDHS with having a sample of 3151 where 2000 are females and 1151 are males. It has also been noticed that among all the age group, majority of the respondents belonging to the age group of 21-30 have the tendency of using condom at the time of sexual intercourse. The study imitates that it is the urban people who are the majority (58.9 percent) to use condom at the time of sexual intercourse comparing to the respondents who used to stay in the rural area (17.1 percent). It can be reflected that the respondents who are familiar to the term HIV/AIDS most of them (61 percent) use condom at the time of sexual intercourse on the other hand 38.9 percent of those who are not familiar to the name of HIV/AIDS use condom as their security measure.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/ijsss.v3i5.952


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