Family, Religious, School and Peer Influences on Adolescent Alcohol Use
By W. Alex Mason, Ph.D., & Michael Windle, Ph.D.
The Prevention Researcher,
Volume 9, Number 3, 2002, Pages 6-7, Item# A93-MASON
In this article, the authors discuss their research looking at the influences of the family, religion, school, and peers on adolescent alcohol use.
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The Prevention Researcher,
Volume 9, Number 3, 2002
Alcohol use is associated with the three most prevalent causes of death and disability among youth. It is also associated with more frequent, and often unprotected, sexual activity. Individuals who experience alcohol-related problems (such as motor vehicle crashes and assaults) are usually light to moderate drinkers. This special issue focuses on adolescent alcohol use giving special attention to prevention.
This issue also featured these articles:
- A Brief Alcohol Preventive Intervention for Student Athletes, Pages 4-5
- Alcohol Use Among Adolescents, Pages 1,3
- Community Action to Reduce High School Adolescent Alcohol Use, Pages 12-16
- Family, Religious, School and Peer Influences on Adolescent Alcohol Use, Pages 6-7
- Preventing Underage Alcohol Access: Policy and Enforcement, Pages 8-11
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