Alcoholism treatment, Women, Alcohol use
Alcoholism is a serious public health problem. There is strong evidence that the rate of alcoholism, especially among women is increasing. Until recently, there has been very little research on alcoholic women. The recent increase in the number of known female alcoholics may be related to the new liberation and freedoms women have gained. While the research literature does not support the notion of a typical female alcoholic personality type, certain recurrent characteristics have been noted. This paper attempts to document the problems which appear to be related to women who become alcoholics and to look at the variety of treatment programs currently available for the female alcoholic.
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McGuire, John M.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Social Sciences
iii, 56 pages
Length of Campus-only Access
Masters Thesis (Open Access)
Alcoholism -- Treatment, Women -- Alcohol use
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