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NCJ Number: 98134 Find in a Library
Title: Alcohol and Youth - A Comprehensive Bibliography
Editor(s): R J Brown
Date Published: 1982
Page Count: 466
Sponsoring Agency: Greenwood Publishing Group
Westport, CT 06881-5007
Sale Source: Greenwood Publishing Group
88 Post Road West
P.O. Box 5007
Westport, CT 06881-5007
United States of America
Type: Bibliography
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This 4,666-item bibliography provides a comprehensive guide to the literature on youth and alcohol. Citations are for publications dating from 1906 to 1982.
Abstract: In addition to books and jouranls, citations include relevant theses, government reports and popular literature. Foreign citations include English translations of the title. Citations are arranged alphabetically by author and are numbered consecutively. A subject index is included. The introduction presents an overview of the literature, including prevalence and sociodemographic correlates, trends in drinking, alcohol-related problems, influences on youthful drinking, and prevention and public policy issues.
Index Term(s): Alcoholic beverage consumption; Alcoholism; Alcoholism causes; Underage Drinking; Underage Drinking Programs
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