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Prevalence of Substance Use Among Racial & Ethnic Subgroups in the U.S. 1991-1993
Robert A. Johnson & Cindy Larison. Analyzes racial/ethnic patterns of substance use in the U.S. using a more detailed classification of race/ethnicity than has been possible in previous reports that used the Nat. Household Survey on Drug Abuse (NHSDA). It combines data from 3 large nat. surveys, the ‘91, ‘92, & ‘93 NHSDAs, to estimate the prevalence of substance use, alcohol dependence, & need for illicit drug abuse treatment within 11 racial/ethnic subgroups: Native Amer., Asian/Pacific Islanders, non-Hispanic blacks, non-Hispanic whites, & 7 Hispanic subgroups: Caribbeans, Cubans, Mexicans, Central Amer., Puerto Ricans, South Amer., & other Hispanics.
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