Positive Religious/Spiritual Coping among African American Men Living with HIV in Jails and/or Prisons
The Positive Side of Interpersonal Communication
Original Publication Citation
Baesler, E. J., Derlega, V. J., & Lolley, J. (2012). Positive religious/spiritual coping among African American men living with HIV in jails and/or prisons. In T. J. Socha & M. J. Pitts (Eds.), The Positive Side of Interpersonal Communication (pp. 259-276). New York: Peter Lang.
Baesler, E. James; Derlega, Valerian J.; and Lolley, James, "Positive Religious/Spiritual Coping among African American Men Living with HIV in Jails and/or Prisons" (2012). Communication & Theatre Arts Faculty Publications. 13.
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