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Alcohol Use Among Special Populations
Volume 22, Number 4, 1998

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             231   In This Issue


233 Alcohol Consumption Among Racial/Ethnic Minorities: Theory and Research

Raul Caetano, Catherine L. Clark, and Tammy Tam

265 Alcohol Use Among Cuban-Americans, Mexican-Americans, and Puerto Ricans

Whitney M. Randolph, Christine Stroup-Benham, Sandra A. Black, and Kyriakos S. Markides

243 Alcoholic Beverage Consumption in India, Mexico, and Nigeria: A Cross-Cultural Comparison

Linda A. Bennett, Carlos Campillo, C.R. Chandrashekar, and Oye Gureje

270 Drinking Patterns and Drinking Problems Among Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders

Kiyoko Makimoto

281 Special Populations in Alcoholics Anonymous

J. Scott Tonigan, Gerard J. Connors, and William R. Miller

276 Drinking and Drinking-Related Problems Among Alaska Natives

Bernard Segal

253 American Indians and Alcohol

Fred Beauvais

286 Alcohol Availability and Targeted Advertising in Racial/Ethnic Minority Communities

Maria Luisa Alaniz

260 Drinking Patterns and Problems Among African-Americans: Recent Findings

Rhonda Jones-Webb

290 Index to Volume 22


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