A review of social host policies focused on underage drinking parties: suggestions for future research.

  title={A review of social host policies focused on underage drinking parties: suggestions for future research.},
  author={Kimberly G Wagoner and Vincent T. Francisco and Michael Sparks and David Wyrick and T. Nichols and Mark Wolfson},
  journal={Journal of drug education},
  volume={42 1},
Underage drinking continues to be a public health concern, partially due to the ease in which adolescents obtain alcohol and consume it in private locations. States and municipalities have implemented strategies to counteract this, including adopting public policies called social host policies, despite limited evidence of effectiveness. Traditionally, these laws have held adults accountable for furnishing alcohol to underage drinkers. However, states and communities are using another policy… CONTINUE READING

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