Reconsidering Drug Involvement among Youth and Young Adults: Implications for Targeted Primary Prevention. Fraser, M. W. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare; 1987, 14, 4, Dec, 21 46., 1987.
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The stage \& risk factor etiologies of substance abuse among youths \& young adults are discussed in light of recent demographic \& ecological research. The differential demography of drug abuse suggests that the environmental context influences use \& abuse. Consideration of community level factors in the etiology of drug abuse permits identification of high risk schools \& neighborhoods, enabling prevention specialists to target specific blocks, census tracts, \& other localities for more comprehensive intevention. Findings suggest that stage \& risk factor theories should be enlarged to include ecological considerations. 124 References. Modified HA (Copyright 1989, Sociological Abstracts, Inc., all rights reserved.)
@article{ fraser_reconsidering_1987,
  title = {Reconsidering {Drug} {Involvement} among {Youth} and {Young} {Adults}: {Implications} for {Targeted} {Primary} {Prevention}},
  abstract = {The stage \& risk factor etiologies of substance abuse among youths \& young adults are discussed in light of recent demographic \& ecological research. The differential demography of drug abuse suggests that the environmental context influences use \& abuse. Consideration of community level factors in the etiology of drug abuse permits identification of high risk schools \& neighborhoods, enabling prevention specialists to target specific blocks, census tracts, \& other localities for more comprehensive intevention. Findings suggest that stage \& risk factor theories should be enlarged to include ecological considerations. 124 References. Modified HA (Copyright 1989, Sociological Abstracts, Inc., all rights reserved.)},
  journal = {Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare; 1987, 14, 4, Dec, 21 46.},
  author = {Fraser, Mark W.},
  year = {1987}
}
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