Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Criminology and Criminal Justice
The U.S. Congress, through the findings of the National Institute on Alcohol and Alcoholism, holds that alcohol abuse is the nation's greatest drug problem, asserting that it warps nine million lives and costs approximately $28 billion per year. There are 95 million drinkers in the U.S. most of whom drink alcohol without harm, but approximately five percent of adult Americans have serious drinking problems and are the source of much personal grief and huge cost to the nation (New York Times Review, 1973: 71).
Eskey, Michael T., "A study testing the control theory: Teenage drinking in four Nebraska High schools" (1977). Student Work. 3081.
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