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Parental Influences on Adolescent Marijuana Use & the Baby Boom Generation: Findings from the 1979-1996 Nat. Household Surveys on Drug Abuse
Denise B. Kandel. This report had two major aims. (1) Test the hypothesis that the increase in marijuana use by recent generations of young people was due to the fact that their parents were members of the baby boom generation. These parents belonged to cohorts who became heavily involved in using marijuana, & who, because of their adolescent experience, may have unintentionally facilitated the use of marijuana by their children. (2) Assess the extent of parental influence on children’s marijuana use, irrespective of membership in the baby boom cohorts. The analyses took advantage of the inclusion of multiple respondents per household in the Nat. Household Surveys on Drug Abuse. Charts & tables.
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