A systematic review of the salient role of feminine norms on substance use among women.

@article{Brady2016ASR,
  title={A systematic review of the salient role of feminine norms on substance use among women.},
  author={Jennifer Brady and Derek Kenji Iwamoto and Margaux M Grivel and Aylin Esra Kaya and Lauren Clinton},
  journal={Addictive behaviors},
  year={2016},
  volume={62},
  pages={
          83-90
        }
}
AIMS Substance use among women is a growing and significant public health concern. Given women's vulnerability to substance-use related consequences, it is essential to understand the factors that explain within-group variability in substance use and related problems. Feminine norms, or the beliefs and expectations of what it means to be a woman, appear to be a promising and theoretically-important social determinant of substance use. The present systematic review identifies the current trends… CONTINUE READING
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