POZ - December 2009: HIV 2.1

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December 2009: HIV 2.1

Online social networking sites draw millions of users, so it's no surprise that these portals can serve as effective tools for HIV/AIDS education, awareness and activism in our communities—nationally and globally. But do they? Is social networking really creating social consciousness about the virus? POZ wants to know.
 
1. Do you have Internet access?
Yes
No
 
2. On which of these social-networking sites do you have a profile? (Check all that apply.)
Bebo
Facebook
MySpace
Twitter
I'm not signed up on a social networking site
Other: 
 
3. How many hours a week do you access these sites?
1 to 6 hours
7 to 10 hours
11 to 15 hours
More than 15 hours
 
4. Are social networking sites your primary source for the latest news and/or events?
Yes
No
 
5. Have you ever encountered HIV prevention messaging through a social networking site such as Facebook or MySpace?
Yes
No
 
6. Do you feel online social networking has created HIV/AIDS awareness among people ages 15 to 49?
Not at all
Very little
Moderately
A lot
 
7. Do you feel social networking has created HIV/AIDS awareness among people 50 and older?
Not at all
Very little
Moderately
A lot
 
8. Have social networking sites rallied you to become an AIDS activist?
Yes
No
 
9. Have you ever attended an HIV/AIDS-related event that you found through a social networking site?
Yes
No
 
10. Have you ever used online social networking to spread the word about an HIV/AIDS event or the disease itself?
Yes
No
 
11. Do you feel AIDS service organizations have a strong presence on these sites?
Yes
No
 
12. Have you ever followed, joined or become a fan of POZ and/or AIDSmeds on any of the social networking sites?
Yes
No
 
13. Have you ever followed, joined or become a fan of any other HIV/AIDS group on any of the social networking sites?
Yes
No
 
14. What is your gender?
Male
Female
Transgender
Other
 
15. What is your sexual orientation?
Straight
Gay/Lesbian
Bisexual
Other
 
16. What is your ethnicity (Check all that apply.)
American Indian or Alaska Native
Arab or Middle Easternn
Asian
Black or African American
Hispanic or Latino
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander
White
(please specify) 
 
17. What is the highest level of education attained?
Some high school
High school graduate or GED
Some college or an associate's degree
Bachelor's degree or higher
 
18. What is your ZIP code?



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