Peer social network and adolescent alcohol use

@inproceedings{Sznitman2013PeerSN,
  title={Peer social network and adolescent alcohol use},
  author={Sharon R{\"o}dner Sznitman},
  year={2013}
}
Introduction This review examines the limited, albeit growing research literature related to peer social networks and adolescent alcohol use. Specifically, the literature review examines what types of alcohol use have been examined in relation to social network structures, how social network structures are related to adolescent alcohol use and the implications for public health. Materials and methods A search on PubMed and Sociological Abstracts was conducted to identify relevant keywords… CONTINUE READING

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