Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

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July 1986

Volume 472 Alcohol and Culture: Comparative Perspectives from Europe and America

Pages ix–ix, 1–234

    1. Preface (page ix)

      THOMAS F. BABOR

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1986.tb29599.x

  1. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS

    1. Top of page
    2. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    3. ÖSTERBERG: THE ISACE STUDY
    4. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    5. PART I. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    6. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    7. PART II. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    8. PART III, SOCIALIZATION AND ACCULTURATION IN THE ETIOLOGY OF ALCOHOLISM
    9. PART IV. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    10. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    11. IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH AND PREVENTION POLICY
  2. ÖSTERBERG: THE ISACE STUDY

    1. Top of page
    2. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    3. ÖSTERBERG: THE ISACE STUDY
    4. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    5. PART I. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    6. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    7. PART II. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    8. PART III, SOCIALIZATION AND ACCULTURATION IN THE ETIOLOGY OF ALCOHOLISM
    9. PART IV. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    10. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    11. IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH AND PREVENTION POLICY
  3. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS

    1. Top of page
    2. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    3. ÖSTERBERG: THE ISACE STUDY
    4. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    5. PART I. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    6. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    7. PART II. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    8. PART III, SOCIALIZATION AND ACCULTURATION IN THE ETIOLOGY OF ALCOHOLISM
    9. PART IV. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    10. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    11. IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH AND PREVENTION POLICY
  4. PART I. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS

    1. Top of page
    2. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    3. ÖSTERBERG: THE ISACE STUDY
    4. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    5. PART I. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    6. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    7. PART II. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    8. PART III, SOCIALIZATION AND ACCULTURATION IN THE ETIOLOGY OF ALCOHOLISM
    9. PART IV. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    10. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    11. IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH AND PREVENTION POLICY
  5. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM

    1. Top of page
    2. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    3. ÖSTERBERG: THE ISACE STUDY
    4. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    5. PART I. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    6. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    7. PART II. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    8. PART III, SOCIALIZATION AND ACCULTURATION IN THE ETIOLOGY OF ALCOHOLISM
    9. PART IV. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    10. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    11. IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH AND PREVENTION POLICY
    1. Ethnic/Religious Differences in the Manifestation and Treatment of Alcoholism (pages 46–59)

      THOMAS F. BABOR and JACK H. MENDELSON

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1986.tb29610.x

    2. Patterns of Alcohol and Drug Abuse in Drug Treatment Clients from Different Ethnic Backgrounds (pages 60–74)

      R. L. HUBBARD, W. E. SCHLENGER, J. V. RACHAL, R. M. BRAY, S. G. CRADDOCK, E. R. CAVANAUGH and H. M. GINZBURG

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1986.tb29611.x

  6. PART II. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM

    1. Top of page
    2. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    3. ÖSTERBERG: THE ISACE STUDY
    4. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    5. PART I. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    6. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    7. PART II. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    8. PART III, SOCIALIZATION AND ACCULTURATION IN THE ETIOLOGY OF ALCOHOLISM
    9. PART IV. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    10. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    11. IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH AND PREVENTION POLICY
    1. Concepts of Alcoholism among American, French-Canadian, and French Alcoholic (pages 98–109)

      THOMAS F. BABOR, MICHIE HESSELBROCK, SIMONE RADOUCO-THOMAS, LUC FEGUER, J.-P. FERRANT and KEITH CHOQUETTE

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1986.tb29613.x

  7. PART III, SOCIALIZATION AND ACCULTURATION IN THE ETIOLOGY OF ALCOHOLISM

    1. Top of page
    2. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    3. ÖSTERBERG: THE ISACE STUDY
    4. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    5. PART I. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    6. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    7. PART II. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    8. PART III, SOCIALIZATION AND ACCULTURATION IN THE ETIOLOGY OF ALCOHOLISM
    9. PART IV. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    10. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    11. IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH AND PREVENTION POLICY
  8. PART IV. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE

    1. Top of page
    2. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    3. ÖSTERBERG: THE ISACE STUDY
    4. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    5. PART I. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    6. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    7. PART II. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    8. PART III, SOCIALIZATION AND ACCULTURATION IN THE ETIOLOGY OF ALCOHOLISM
    9. PART IV. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    10. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    11. IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH AND PREVENTION POLICY
  9. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE

    1. Top of page
    2. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    3. ÖSTERBERG: THE ISACE STUDY
    4. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    5. PART I. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    6. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    7. PART II. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    8. PART III, SOCIALIZATION AND ACCULTURATION IN THE ETIOLOGY OF ALCOHOLISM
    9. PART IV. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    10. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    11. IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH AND PREVENTION POLICY
  10. IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH AND PREVENTION POLICY

    1. Top of page
    2. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    3. ÖSTERBERG: THE ISACE STUDY
    4. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    5. PART I. SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
    6. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    7. PART II. ETHNIC AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE MANIFESTATION AND MEANING OF ALCOHOLISM
    8. PART III, SOCIALIZATION AND ACCULTURATION IN THE ETIOLOGY OF ALCOHOLISM
    9. PART IV. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    10. ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
    11. IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH AND PREVENTION POLICY
    1. The Public Health Perspective on Alcoholism (page 195)

      WILLIAM MAYER

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1986.tb29622.x

    2. Alcohol-Control Policies in Latin America and Other Countries (pages 211–218)

      REGINALD G. SMART and MARIA-ELENA MEDINA MORA

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1986.tb29624.x

    3. Concluding Remarks (page 234)

      DWIGHT B. HEATH

      Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1986.tb29627.x

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