The book is a product of the multinational collaborative project on "Gender, Alcohol and Culture: an International Study" (GENACIS). Research on the Effectiveness of Alcoholism Treatment. or alcohol problem. Second, the experience of being abused as a child may increase a person’s risk for alcohol-related problems as an adult.
GENACIS was funded by the European Commission, the U.S. National Institute on Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse (NIAAA), the Swiss Participants were recruited through a range of
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Overview of alcohol, domestic abuse and sexual assault There is a strong link between alcohol and violent crime. Research findings in this area remain inconsistent, however.
The research was conducted using in-depth qualitative interviews, incorporating a ‘life grid’, to examine what these young people reported about their childhoods, their current situation and their futures.
Research on interventions for adolescent alcohol abuse is inherently patient- centered given the serious potential physical, psychological, social, and legal consequences of alcohol abuse for patients, and the impact on their family and loved ones. some findings have indicated that parental alcohol abuse may be associated with the physical or sexual abuse of children. Alcohol use and abuse also contribute to injuries, automobile collisions, and violence. In 2010/11, according to the British Crime Survey, the victim believed the offender to be under the influence of alcohol in almost half (47%) of violent incidents (around 917,000).