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Straight Talk about Women and Drinking
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Women Who Drink addresses the growing public health crisis of alcohol use, overuse, and abuse among American women. Although women drink less alcohol than do men, the gender gap is rapidly closing. The question is, what aspects of women's lives have changed such that they drink more alcohol? Author Susan D. Stewart has interviewed over 600 women of all ethnicities and income levels to provide answers to that question. This book also explores the effects of alcohol use by women on their marriage, family, and work, and concludes with a groundbreaking chapter on the future implications if the percentages of women drinking continue to increase.


Contents:

Chapter One: Why are Women Drinking So Much?

Chapter Two: What, Where, When and Why and With Whom are Women Drinking

Chapter Three: Alcohol and Identity

Chapter Four: Alcohol and the Lifecourse

Chapter Five: Work and Family

Chapter Six: Intimate Relationships

Chapter Seven: Women Who Have Stopped Drinking

Chapter Eight: Where Do We Go From Here?


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ISBN-13: 9781538127254
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Publication date: November, 2022
Pages: 192
Weight: 611g
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Subcategories: Addictions and Therapy

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