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Hispanic/Latino Family Approach to Substance Abuse Prevention
Jose Szapocznik (ed). Examines issues of Hispanic/Latino family, culture, & society as they relate to the design & evaluation of alcohol, tobacco & other drug problem prevention programs. Reviews concepts of substance abuse prevention & provides a conceptual framework for the understanding of adolescent problem behavior as it relates to family interactional factors. Additional chapters examine several model prevention programs serving the Hispanic/Latino community, including Project Mama, Shenandoah, & MET. Discusses future directions for substance abuse prevention programs in these communities.
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