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Adolescent alcohol use and the community health agenda: a study of leaders' perceptions in 28 small towns
Health Education Research
The study assessed leaders' perceptions of adolescent alcohol use as a public health issue in 28 small communities in northern Minnesota, as part of formative evaluation for a community-based intervention to reduce adolescent alcohol access and consumption. One hundred and eighteen leaders from five key community sectors were interviewed about their perceptions of social, health and alcohol-related problems in their communities. Analyses indicated that school representatives and police chiefsdoi:10.1093/her/14.1.7 pmid:10537948 fatcat:7vkhpfcakvenloratxn564erwy