This project was supported by federal funds from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Department of Health and Human Services, under contract number 2 RO1 AA02620 administered by the Social Research Center, Washington State University; and the Dean's Office, College of Sciences and Arts, Washington State University. The authors wish to thank Carol Bailey, Mark Warr, Mark Stafford, J. Scott Long, and Terry Miethe for their helpful comments on earlier drafts.
RELIGIOSITY, PEER ASSOCIATIONS, AND ADOLESCENT MARIJUANA USE: A PANEL STUDY OF UNDERLYING CAUSAL STRUCTURES*
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Volume 25, Issue 1, pages 109–132, February 1987
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BURKETT, S. R. and WARREN, B. O. (1987), RELIGIOSITY, PEER ASSOCIATIONS, AND ADOLESCENT MARIJUANA USE: A PANEL STUDY OF UNDERLYING CAUSAL STRUCTURES. Criminology, 25: 109–132. doi: 10.1111/j.1745-9125.1987.tb00791.x
Steven R. Burkett is Associate Professor of Sociology and Assistant Dean of the Graduate School at Washington State University. His research interests are in the sociology of adolescence, juvenile delinquency, and alcohol and drug use.
Bruce O. Warren is a part-time Instructor in Sociology at the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, and free-lance photographer. His research interests are in the sociology of deviant behavior, the family, and religion.
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