6 edition of Beliefs, Behaviors, and Alcoholic Beverages found in the catalog.
July 15, 1979
by University of Michigan Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||504|
Alcoholic beverages are the drug of choice for a majority of persons in any society, even if alternative drug substances are available. Selected points from Marshall, M., "Conclusions," pp. in Marshall, M., ed., Beliefs, Behaviors, & Alcoholic Beverages: A Cross-Cultural Survey, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, MI, Beliefs, Behaviors, & Alcoholic Beverages Subtitled “A Cross-Cultural Survey”, Mac Marshall (University of Michigan, ) collects essays on the use of alcohol in cultures throughout the world. Perhaps surprisingly, even the intoxicating effects of alcohol appear to be more a matter of psychology than of actual physiological changes.
High-functioning alcoholics (HFAs) defy stereotypes and often go undetected because they do not fit the image of the "typical" alcoholic. See if you recognize the signs of an HFA. Open mobile menu. Despite slight declines in recent decades, alcohol continues to be the drug of choice among adolescents in the United States (Johnston, O’Malley, Bachman, & Schulenberg, ).Approximately 39% of 8th-grade youth have used alcohol in their lifetime and by the end of high school, 72% have initiated use (Johnston et al., ).More importantly, alcohol is a key contributor to the leading Cited by:
Women’s health during pregnancy is essential both for the well-being of the mother and child. They are several substances and foods that their intake or use by expectant mothers can adversely affect the development of the child. Not only did men have greater freedom than women in matters sexual, but men also had the right to consume vast amounts of alcoholic beverages, not just the right but also the duty if they were to maintain their honor and status.
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Abstract. Alcoholism is as rare in primitive societies as drunkenness is common (Mandelbaum, ; Marshall, ). Anthropologists often account for this paradox in terms of Cited by: 2.
Indeed, decades of behavioral research have found that beliefs about what will happen next are often associated with ultimate behavioral outcomes (e.g., Merton ).
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