Research Question Update

What my teacher said: Well, this is definitely important question – I want to tweak it a little bit to “How does socioeconomic status impact HIV infection?” socioeconomic status is a more robust way to measure social class and will probably be a helpful search term as you look for articles (socioeconomic status is also frequently abbreviated to SES, and typically includes income???????). Were you thinking of examining this in an international context? You citation is international and your rationale sounds like you were aiming macro – that’s totally fine, but you might need to think through methodology a little more. And you are right class is the strongest predictor of health status in the USA (close second – race)please just edit the research question to what she is looking for and the details along with it.
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Vaghei 1
Ashkon Vaghei
Professor Loprieno
Sociology M03
January 28, 2018
Research question: To what extent does HIV infection vary with social class?
Discussion
HIV is perhaps one of the deadliest social problems currently facing the world. Scientists
are currently working for nights on end trying to find an effective treatment. While at that, it is
important for people to understand different demographical factors that affect how HIV is contracted. Different social classes have different health risk factors. The current research question
will shade light into to whether or not social class differences influence the rate of HIV infection
among the human population.
Understanding all the factors that affect HIV infection is paramount to all the efforts
made in preventing the spread of this killer disease. The society is organized into various social
classes including lower, middle and upper social classes. Each one of these groups is exposed to
various forces that determine their vulnerability to HIV infection. This research will determine
the extent to which these forces are significant to HIV infection.
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Current research suggests that HIV infection varies with social classes (Ogunmola,
Oladosu & Olamoyegun, 2014). This suggestion is based on the understanding that socioeconomic status affects the level of risk a person is exposed to as far as contracting HIV is concerned. The research concludes that poorer people are at more risk of HIV infection than richer
people. This research will go past this by showing the exact extends to which such conclusions
are true or not. Simply, the research will determine if the risk factors as associated with different
social classes are significant enough to warrant a different approach for prevention for each social group.
The answer to this question will be very important in spearheading further research in developing specific ways of HIV prevention in the human population or even coming up with an
integrated approach that will be applicable to members of all social groups. Further, the answer
will enable members of the human population to better understand what risks factors are more
important in explaining HIV infection in all the social factors and therefore be in a better position
to prevent HIV. For example, poverty has been identified to be one of the risk factors which prevent people from being more concerned about their health statuses. Also, lack of knowledge on
spread of HIV is another factor. This research will enable people to know which of these two risk
factors better explains the spread of HIV among the various social groups. If it is lack of
knowledge then more preventive efforts will be directed at it.
Reference
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Ogunmola, O. J., Oladosu, Y. O., & Olamoyegun, M. A. (2014). Relationship between socioeconomic status and HIV infection in a rural tertiary health center. HIV/AIDS (Auckland,
NZ), 6, 61.

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