Dr. Ami R. Moore

Department of Sociology

University of North Texas, USA

Associate Professor



Ph.D., Demography, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio

M.A., Sociology, University of Mississippi

Maîtrise, Economics, Université de Lomé, Togo (West Africa)

Publications (selected)

  1. Sakitey, Ethel, Moore, Ami R, & Amey Foster. (In press) Disclosure of positiveserostatus amongpeople living with HIV in Tema, Ghana: Decisions and Outcomes. Journal of African PolicyStudies.
  2. Moore, Ami. R (2013). Beliefs and correlates of knowledge of cancer risk factors among people in Lome, Togo. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 51 (2), 85-94.
  3. Moore, Ami. R. (2013). Older people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) in Lomẻ, Togo: Personalnetworks and disclosure of serostatus. Ageing International, 38: 218-232.
  4. Fowler, Lori A. & Moore, Ami R. (2012). Breast implants for graduation: A sociological examination of daughter and mother narratives. Sociology Mind, 2 (1): 109-115. (Impact factor 0.16)
  5. Bessa, Yawo, Moore, Ami R. & Amey, Foster. (2012). Caring for a loved one with cancer: It is myjob. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 30: 217-238.
  6. Moore, Ami R. & Williamson, David. (2011). Disclosure of children’s positive serostatus to family and nonfamily members: Informal caregivers in Togo. AIDS Research and Treatment.
  7. Moore, Ami R., Amey, Foster K., & Bessa, Yawo. (2009) Earnings attainment of immigrants in the U.S., The effects of race, gender, and place of birth. Equal Opportunities International, 28 (6): 500-512.
  8. Moore, Ami R & Amey, Foster. (2009). Induced abortion: The experiences of women in Lomé, Togo. International Review of Comparative Sociology. 1: 63-77.
  9. Moore, Ami R. (2008). Types of violence against women and factors influencing intimate partner violence in Togo. Journal of Family Violence, 23(8): 777-783.
  10. Moore, Ami R., Amey, Foster & Kalanzi, Dorothy. (2008) Living with HIV/AIDS in Lomé, Togo: To Disclose or not to Disclose to Children. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 28: 351-364
  11. Moore, Ami, R. (2007-2008) Older Poor Parents Who Lost an Adult Child to AIDS in Togo: A Qualitative Study. Omega: The Journal of Death and Dying, 56: 289-302.
  12. Moore, Ami, R. & Amey, Foster. (2008). Sexual Reponses to Living with HIV/AIDS in Lomé, Togo. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 10 (3): 287-298.
  13. Moore, Ami R. & Oppong, Joseph R. (2007). Sexual Risk Behavior AmongPeople Living withHIV/AIDS in Lomé, Togo. Social Science & Medicine, 64: 1057-1066.
  14. Moore, Ami R., Vosvic, Mark & Amey, Foster. (2006). Stress, Social Support and Depression in Informal Caregivers to People with HIV/AIDS in Lomé, Togo. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 26 (1-2): 63-73.
  15. Moore, Ami R. & Henry, Doug. (2005). Experiences of Older Informal Caregivers to People Living with HIV/AIDS in Lome, Togo. Ageing International, 30 (2): 147-166.
  16. Moore, Ami R. & Williamson, David. (2003). Problems with HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care, and Treatment in Togo: Professional Caregivers’ Perspectives. AIDS Care, 15 (5): 615-627.
  17. Moore, Ami R. & Amey, Foster (2002). Earnings Differentials Among Male African Immigrants in the United States. Equal Opportunities International, 21 (8): 30-50.
  18. Moore, Ami R. (2001). HIV/AIDS in West Africa: Analysis of Professional Caregivers in Lomé, Togo. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 21: 26-40.

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