Alcoholism And Aging: An Annotated Bibliography And Review by Nancy J. OsgoodAlcoholism And Aging: An Annotated Bibliography And Review by Nancy J. Osgood

Alcoholism And Aging: An Annotated Bibliography And Review

EditorNancy J. Osgood

Hardcover | February 1, 1995

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Experts in gerontology, clinical psychology, and geriatric medicine provide an analytical survey and abstracts of the significant literature and research dealing with alcoholism and aging over the last 30 years. This research guide offers an authoritative assessment of the important source materials on the subject today. Sections deal separately with the prevalence, precipitants, effects, diagnosis, prevention and treatment, and directions for future research; this narrative ends with a listing of the references that have been assessed. The annotated bibliography gives abstracts for 301 English-language sources that are arranged by types of works: bibliographies, overview articles, books and book chapters, empirical studies, and miscellaneous works. Cross-references and an author and subject index make this guide readily accessible to students, teachers, and practitioners in the fields of sociology, gerontology, psychology, medicine, and public health.
Title:Alcoholism And Aging: An Annotated Bibliography And ReviewFormat:HardcoverDimensions:264 pages, 9.56 × 6.37 × 1.06 inPublished:February 1, 1995Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313283982

ISBN - 13:9780313283987

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?The compilers offer an excellent and thorough attempt to identify research that focuses on alcoholism in the elderly. The book has five chapters: literature review, overview of articles, books and book chapters, empirical studies, and miscellaneous works. The book deals with the need for detection, treatment, and prevention of alcoholism in older adults. It is a toss-up as to which part of the book is better--the 50 page literature overview or the annotated lists. Highly recommended for health care providers, ministers, social workers, service agencies, addiction professionals, and students of these disciplines, as well as for friends and families of alcoholics.?-Choice