Communities Mobilizing for Change on Alcohol : Lessons and Results from a 15-community Randomized Trial

@inproceedings{Wagenaar1999CommunitiesMF,
  title={Communities Mobilizing for Change on Alcohol : Lessons and Results from a 15-community Randomized Trial},
  author={Alexander C Wagenaar and John P. Gehan and Rhonda J. Jones-Webb and Traci L Toomey and Jean Lois Forster and David M Murray},
  year={1999}
}
Communities Mobilizing for Change on Alcohol (CMCA) is a 15-community randomized trial designed to develop, implement, and evaluate a 21⁄2 year community organizing intervention to change policies and practices of major community institutions. Preand post-data were collected via: surveys of high school students, surveys of youth age 18–20, surveys of alcohol retailers, alcohol purchase attempts, content analyses of media coverage, arrest and car crash indicators, surveys of strategy team… CONTINUE READING
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