Social Host Policies and Underage Drinking Parties.

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Summary of "Social Host Policies and Underage Drinking Parties."

Social host policies focused on underage drinking parties are implemented to reduce social availability of alcohol and high-risk drinking by adolescents in private locations. We examined the policies' relationship with drinking location, peer-group drinking size, heavy episodic drinking, and nonviolent consequences. Cross-sectional data from 11,205, 14-20-year olds, were analyzed using multilevel modeling. Policies were not associated with drinking location, decreased heavy episodic drinking, or nonviolent consequences. However, adolescents from communities with a preexisting policy had lower odds of drinking in large peer groups compared to those from communities without a policy at baseline. Additional research is needed to examine their effectiveness. The study's limitations are noted.

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1Department of Social Sciences and Health Policy, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Medical Center Boulevard , Winston-Salem, North Carolina , USA.

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Name: Substance use & misuse
ISSN: 1532-2491
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