A review of parental alcoholism as a determinant of drinking
Finally, parental influences have been subject of study in order to explain binge drinking. Pediatr Clin North Am.
This study explores the contribution of childhood and adult characteristics to heavy drinking in early adulthood. J Drug Educ.
Parental and peer characteristics as modifiers of the bond-behavior relationship: an elaboration of control theory.
Secondly, studies examining peer influences on binge drinking revealed that the presence of friends increased the likelihood that a certain event would become a heavy drinking event by 2. A longitudinal inquiry. Data was analysed using thematic analyses methods.
Factors that influence alcohol use
These adolescents often still live at home in contrast to, for example, the US where the legal drinking age is much higher and more adolescents already live on their own when they enter the legal drinking age. J Stud Alcohol. Studies about communication between parents and children about alcohol intake have shown beneficial effects on alcohol consumption [ 28 ] as well as non-effective or even detrimental effects [ 29 ]. Furthermore, it was possible to stimulate discussion between the groups on certain aspects one of the groups mentioned. Living in urban areas Sundquist et al. Clinical preventive services efficacy and adolescents' risky behaviors. Developing communality: family-centered programs to improve children's health and well-being. Parental and peer characteristics as modifiers of the bond-behavior relationship: an elaboration of control theory. Am J Public Health. Conclusions: Childhood adversities are associated with heavy drinking in early adulthood among both genders. The parents also received a short questionnaire before the group interview started. Focus group interviews allow detecting information when little is known about a certain topic in a specific target group [ 33 ]. The total consumption was converted into grams of pure alcohol per week. Families and individual development: provocations from the field of family therapy. When parents did not have problems with alcohol use, adolescents with substance using peers were less at risk of using alcohol [ 24 ].
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