- Coping in cyberspace: the impact of Internet use on the ability of HIV-positive individuals to deal with their illnessP M Reeves
University of Georgia, College of Education, Department of Counseling and Human Development Services, Athens, GA 30602 7142, USA
J Health Commun 5:47-59. 2000..Data analysis guided by the constant comparative method revealed that the impact of Internet use on coping ability involved three themes: The Internet promotes empowerment, augments social support, and facilitates helping others...
- How individuals coping with HIV/AIDS use the InternetP M Reeves
School of Social Work, University of Georgia, Athens 30602-7016, USA
Health Educ Res 16:709-19. 2001..Data analysis guided by the constant comparative method revealed four themes. Individuals with HIV/AIDS use the Internet for finding information, making social connections, advocating and escaping...