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Consider the factors that may influence the success or failure of an HIV/AIDS prevention program.

Select two cultures with different attitudes, beliefs, and practices related to HIV/AIDS.

Describe the attitudes, beliefs, and practices of each.

Predict whether or not you think an HIV/AIDS prevention program would succeed, based on the each culture's attitudes, beliefs, and practices and explain why.

Please include references.

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As you select two cultures with different attitudes, beliefs, and practices related to HIV/AIDS, I like the choice of Indian culture (from India, not Native American/American Indian. Because of the prevalence of Hindu attitudes, beliefs, and worldviews within this culture, I predict that an HIV/AIDS prevention program might be hindered since they are often more prone to accepting holistic, ayurvedic medicine and treatments.

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This solution selects and briefly researches two cultures with different attitudes, beliefs, and practices related to HIV/AIDS prevention and predicts successes or failures.

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