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Security of the Impact of Family, Ethnicity and Acculturation on Substance Use Among Mexican-American Adolescent Females: A Comparison of High Risk and Low Risk Groups

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Title: Security of the Impact of Family, Ethnicity and Acculturation on Substance Use Among Mexican-American Adolescent Females: A Comparison of High Risk and Low Risk Groups
Creators: Mikow, Jolyn G.
Keywords: Mexican-American
adolescent females
family
ethnicity
acculturation
high risk
low risk
Issue Date: 2003-04-26
Publisher: Ohio State University. College of Social Work
Series/Report no.: National Symposium on Doctoral Research in Social Work. 15th
Abstract: Mikow, Jolyn G., Ph.D., University of Huston, Huston, Texas - "Security of the Impact of Family, Ethnicity and Acculturation on Substance Use Among Mexican-American Adolescent Females: A Comparison of High Risk and Low Risk Groups"
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/36972
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