3 edition of Comparative Studies on Alcohol-Related Problems in Postwar Western Europe (Center for Social Research on Alcohol & Drugs, Dissertation Series, 1) found in the catalog.
by Almquiest & Wiksell Intl
Written in English
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The study grew out of earlier projects in Europe and the U.S. and seeks to clarify further the factors associated with men's and women's drinking and alcohol-related problems. GENACIS is truly an international project; participating countries are drawn from all parts of the world, especially from countries where harmful use of alcohol poses a. Alcohol-Related Problems." Alcohol in postwar Europe: Consumption, drinking patterns, consequences and policy responses in 15 European countries, Edited by T. Norström. Stockholm: National Institute of Public Health, European Commission. Hunt, G. and Barker, J. (). "Socio-Cultural Anthropology and Alcohol and Drug Research.
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THE SALIS COLLECTION: ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, AND OTHER DRUGS In addition to many generous individuals who have contributed in multiple ways to the SALIS COLLECTION, SALIS also extends sincere thanks to the following funding partners. Comparative studies on alcohol-related problems in postwar Western Europe Almqvist och Wiksell International and Stockholm University, Department of Sociology and Centre for M Ramstedt.
Alcohol in Postwar Europe. Aleocharine Beetles of the Province of Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada. This book provides the readers and archive maintain people about the implementation of Comparative Studies on Alcohol-related Problems in Postwar Western Europe.
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For example, time-series analyses in western European countries of alcohol's role in total mortality suggest that an extra liter of pure alcohol per adult each year has three times the adverse effect on general mortality in northern Europe that it has in southern Europe (Norström, ). Cost-of-illness studies of the economic costs attributable to alcohol include estimates of the “direct costs” of health and social services used by those with alcohol-related problems.
Typically, the ongoing costs to society for handling these cases is estimated to be larger. Research on Women and Intoxication. In contrast to the more traditional sociological and anthropological work on male drinking cultures, research on women and intoxication was under-developed until recently (Martin ).Women's intoxication was stigmatized, and women, who became drunk, were viewed as not respectable (Ettorre ; Bergmark ; Fillmore ; Warner ).
A comparative study of alcohol-related problems among a group of university students and a group of clerks in the national capital district, Papua New Guinea. Paul V. Dutton, Differential Diagnoses: A Comparative History of Health Care Problems and Solutions in the United States and France.
Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, xi + pp. $30 (hardcover), ISBN: Reviewed for by John Murray, Department of. In documenting the practical extent to which each of these degrees of privatization have been adopted across Europe, it would appear that full privatization is more frequent in central Europe, and in sub-sections such as primary care (along with dentistry and pharmacies) where entrepreneurialism has been common in a number of western European.
Extending into the postwar period, the book examines the fertile connections between anti-colonialism and anti-fascism in Italian literature and art, tracing the emergence of a resistance aesthetics in works such as The Battle of Algiers and Giovanni Pirelli's harrowing books of testimony about Algeria's war of independence, both inspired by.
This report on alcohol in the European Union updates the evidence base for some important Self-reported alcohol consumption and the risk of alcohol-related problems: a comparative risk-curve analysis of the 3 Baltic countries, Sweden, and Italy.
Norström T, ed. Alcohol in postwar Europe: consumption, drinking patterns, consequences and. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF.
Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Journal of Primary PreventionSwedish version in AlkoholpolitikRecent Research on the Effects of Alcohol Policy Changes (1). Robin Room ABSTRACT: As the agenda of alcohol problems prevention has broadened, new traditions of research have emerged: of experimental studies at the community or the societal level, of "natural experiment" studies of the effects of.
Saffer, Henry. “Advertising under the Influence.” In Economics and the Prevention of Alcohol-Related Problems, edited by M.E. Hilton, Washington, DC: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Saffer, Henry and Frank Chaloupka.
The growing gaps in noble lifespan between north‐western Europe, England included, and other parts of the continent were apparent long before the plague. The role of the English aristocracy is explored in a number of studies.
Alcohol-Related Problems for Primary Health Care Workers. Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe. Schioler, P. (b). Report on a Feasibility Analysis for a 12 Nation Study on Different Aspects of Cultural Immunity to Alcohol-Related Problems.
Luxembourg: European Commission [CEC, DG5]. Schiøler, P. Denmark. Alcohol in postwar europe. ECAS I. Consumption, drinking patterns, consequences and policy responses in 15 European countries Håkan Leifman & Esa Österberg & Mats Ramstedt (eds.) Alcohol in postwar Europe.
ECAS II. A discussion of indicators on alcohol consumption and alcohol-related harm (by Gabriel Romanus) _____. This book provides an essential resource for history and social studies research and an accessible commentary on the ways in which the idea of gender roles have evolved.
It discusses the complex issues of gender roles and gender rights throughout history, and includes a timeline of significant events related to gender roles and rights, from.Though the Ministry of Health is drafting a National Policy on Alcohol-Related Harm Prevention and Control (Nguyen T.M.
et al., ), state capacity for alcohol research and intervention development is limited; the government's political will to address alcohol-related problems may also be compromised by conflict of interests.
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