INDIANA UNIVERSITY, BLOOMINGTON

Ruth C. Engs, [Editor] Controversies in the Addiction's Field. Kendal-Hunt: Dubuque, Iowa, 1990

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword . . . . . . v

INTRODUCTION by Ruth C. Engs (Editor) . . . . . vi

Author list . . . . . ix

SECTION A: WHAT IS THE NATURE OF ALCOHOLISM AND/OR DRUG ADDICTION ?


SECTION B: DO WE NEED A VARIETY OF PUBLIC POLICIES TO PREVENT ALCOHOL ABUSE?


SECTION C: SHOULD THE MINIMUM DRINKING (PURCHASE AGE) BE LOWERED?


SECTION D: SHOULD WE HAVE MANDATORY DRUG TESTING AT THE WORKSITE?


SECTION E: SHOULD THERE BE MORE REGULATIONS AND RESTRICTIONS ON ALCOHOL BEVERAGE ADVERTISEMENTS?


SECTION F: ARE WARNING LABELS EFFECTIVE IN PREVENTING ALCOHOL ABUSE?


SECTION G: SHOULD WOMEN BE ADVISED TO ABSTAIN COMPLETELY FROM ALCOHOL DURING PREGNANCY?


SECTION H: ARE SCHOOL BASED ALCOHOL/DRUG EDUCATION PROGRAMS EFFECTIVE?


SECTION I: SHOULD ABSTINENCE BE THE ONLY TREATMENT MODEL FOR ALCOHOLISM AND PROBLEM DRINKING?


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