|dc.description.abstract||This paper unravels the lexicon and expressions about sex and HIV/AIDS
used by university students in Kenya. It argues that in order to effectively
run anti‐HIV/AIDS campaigns, there is need to use the lexicon and
expressions that the students employ in their discourse on the subject.
However, that language must first be identified. Based on data that were
collected from university students, the paper singles out and discusses the
evolution, sustenance and spread of the special lexicon and expressions used
by the university students in Kenya.||en_US