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NCJ Number: 126576 Find in a Library
Title: Kevin's Story II: Stop Before You Drop
Author(s): G Durrin
Date Published: 1989
Sponsoring Agency: Durrin Productions, Inc.
Washington, DC 20009
Sale Source: Durrin Productions, Inc.
1748 Kalorama Rd, NW
Washington, DC 20009
United States of America
Type: Survey
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: Young recovering alcoholics and drug users tell their experiences to high school students as part of a drug and alcohol prevention program.
Abstract: The videocassette presents two programs, one on alcoholism and one on drug abuse. The discussion covers the speakers' experiences with peer pressure to drink, with their parents' attitude towards drinking, with their parents as role models, with the effects of alcohol manufacturers' marketing techniques, and with the influence of alcohol and drugs on the speakers' behavior. The program also discusses tolerance for alcohol, disposition to alcoholism, and indicators of alcoholism so that parents, teachers, and friends can recognize the symptoms and encourage treatment.
Main Term(s): Underage Drinking
Index Term(s): Alcoholism causes; Drug abuse causes; Juvenile drug abusers
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