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Title: Pre-teens Learning about Alcohol: Drinking and Family Contexts
Author(s): Eadie, Douglas
MacAskill, Susan
Brooks, Oona
Heim, Derek
Forsyth, Alasdair
Punch, Samantha
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Citation: Eadie D, MacAskill S, Brooks O, Heim D, Forsyth A & Punch S (2010) Pre-teens Learning about Alcohol: Drinking and Family Contexts. Joseph Rowntree Foundation. Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Issue Date: Oct-2010
Date Deposited: 22-Apr-2015
Publisher: Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Abstract: Childhood experiences and the infl uence of family are crucial to forming future drinking habits. Much emphasis has been placed on understanding the impact of problem drinking within the family, especially on children in their teenage years. Much less is known about how younger children learn about alcohol in so-called ‘ordinary families'. This report examines how different economic circumstances, parenting styles and parents' drinking behaviours can infl uence how children view and understand alcohol.
Type: Research Report
Rights: Copyright held by the authors. Reproduction of this report by photocopying or electronic means for noncommercial purposes is permitted.
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Sociology, Social Policy & Criminology

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