Neighborhood disadvantage and adult alcohol outcomes: differential risk by race and gender.

@article{KarrikerJaffe2012NeighborhoodDA,
  title={Neighborhood disadvantage and adult alcohol outcomes: differential risk by race and gender.},
  author={Katherine J Karriker-Jaffe and Sarah E. Zemore and Nina Mulia and Rhonda J. Jones-Webb and Jason Bond and Thomas K Greenfield},
  journal={Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs},
  year={2012},
  volume={73 6},
  pages={865-73}
}
OBJECTIVE We examined whether relationships of neighborhood disadvantage with drinker status, heavy drinking, alcohol-related consequences, and dependence differed by race and/or gender. We hypothesized that neighborhood disadvantage would be negatively associated with drinker status but positively associated with heavy and problem drinking, with more pronounced relationships among African American and Hispanic men than other groups. METHOD Data consisted of nationally representative… CONTINUE READING
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