Alcohol by Terri Peterson Smith, Ronald J. Brogan


Alcohol by Terri Peterson Smith, Ronald J. Brogan

Peer pressure and availability make alcohol abuse one of the most troubling problems in society, particularly among young people. In fact, alcohol's acceptability in society and its representation in the media help blur the truth about alcohol's damaging mental and physical affects. Alcohol explores why alcohol is so popular in our culture and the problems it poses for individuals and society. It also looks at ways for young people and others to avoid drinking and prevent abuse, in addition to providing resources for what to do if alcohol abuse has become a problem.

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112 pages


Terri Peterson Smith, Ronald J. Brogan
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Publication date

15th December 2008



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