Alcohol Control Policy as a Strategy of Prevention: A Critical Examination of the Evidence

  • Jan De Lint


Much has been written in recent years about the proliferation of alcohol use, its effects on public health and the need to implement or reactivate control policies which place high priority on restricting alcohol availability (Archibald 1975; Bruun, K. et al. 1975; de Lint, et al. 1975a, 1975b, 1975c, 1975f; Room 1974; Who 1974).


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  • Jan De Lint
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  1. 1.Social Studies DepartmentAlcoholism & Drug Addiction Research FoundationTorontoCanada

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