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Alcohol and violence : the nature of the relationship and the promise of prevention / Robert Nash Parker and Kevin J. McCaffree.

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Tipo de material
Libro
Autor
Parker, Robert Nash.
Publicación
Lanham, Md. : Lexington Books, [2013]
Publicación
©2013

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Descripción
xviii, 211 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Bibliografía
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contenido
Alcohol and the risk of violent victimization and injury -- Alcohol availability and violence among Mexican American youth -- Sexual violence, alcohol, and advertising -- Alcohol, drugs, victimization and aggression: the impact of a school based mental health intervention on adolescent substance use and violent behavior -- Alcohol, homicide, and cultural context: a cross national analysis of gender specific victimization -- The history, logic and importance of environmental crime prevention -- The impact of raising the minimum drinking age on youth homicide -- The impact of banning alcohol on criminal assault in Barrow, Alaska -- What happens when alcohol outlet density decreases? -- The unintended consequences of alcohol based environmental interventions on violence -- Conclusions.
Materia
Alcoholism and crime -- United States.
Violent crimes -- United States.
Violent crimes -- United States -- Prevention.
Otro Autor
McCaffree, Kevin J., 1985-
ISBN
9780739180112 cloth alkaline paper
0739180118 cloth alkaline paper