Drinking Patterns and Their Consequences

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Marcus Grant, Jorge Litvak
Taylor & Francis, 1998 - 305 pagina's
Alcohol policies in many countries have long been based on the assumption that a wide range of health and social problems associated with the abuse of alcohol can be directly correlated with average daily per capita alcohol consumption. In light of emerging empirical evidence, this central hypothesis is being increasingly challenged. A new aproach is needed that addresses the global population and encompassas an array of different drinking styles, different outcomes for both individuals and society, and markedly different cultural context.
 

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PART 2POLICIES AND PROGRAMS
4
Trends in Drinking and Patterns of Drinking
25
Individual Characteristics and Drinking Patterns
43
Health issues and Drinking Patterns
63
Social and Behavioral Issues Related
89
Cultural Variations among Drinking Patterns
103
The Distribution of Alcohol Consumption
129
The Impact of Alcohol Control Measures
153
Cost Effectiveness and
189
Dwight B Heath
205
PART 3A NEW APPROACH
219
The Implications of Drinking Patterns
243
Public and Private Partnerships in Prevention
267
Reducing Harm
287
INDEX
303
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