01 920:410 THE SOCIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
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TEXT: Pittman, D.J. and White, H.R. 1991. Society, Culture and Drinking Patterns Reexamined. New Brunswick, NJ: Rugers Center of Alcohol Studies.
This book is on reserve at Alexander Library (College Ave. Campus) and the Center of Alcohol Studies Library (Busch Campus). The book is available for purchase for $30 (discount) at the Center of Alcohol Studies (Smithers Hall), 607 Allison Road, Busch Campus from 9:00 a.m. through 4:00 p.m. Mon.-Fri.

RESERVE READINGS: Several chapters and articles are on reserve at Alexander Library (College Ave Campus) and the Center of Alcohol Studies Library (Busch Campus). (Note that the Center of Alcohol Studies Library is opened Mon. from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., Tues-Thurs. from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.) All reserve readings are also available on electronic reserve. You will be connected to the Rugers library web site. Click on IRIS, then RESERVE DESK, and finally, enter <White Helene> as the professor's name. NOTE: If you are accessing this web site from home, you may need to use your Rutgers login and password to access the Rutgers Library web site.

E-JOURNALS: Several articles are available online for free download. These articles are from Alcohol Health and Research (AHR). For all E-Journal articles published after1996, you will be connected directly to the AHR website. Simply find the article by clicking on the journal volume (and issue) numbers listed on the Course Outline. For the other articles published before 1997, you will be linked to the Rutgers Library page. Simply click on E-JOURNALS, then click on "A-G" and then find Alcohol Health & Research World (Ebsco)/National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (the first listing). Then navigate to the entry number as provided on the Course Outline.

HANDOUTS: There will also be a few handouts to accompany the readings.

SUPPLEMENTAL TEXT READINGS: These are chapters in the text that are relevant for the topic and are suggested for those especially interested in the topic or those who thirst for more knowledge. The content of these chapters will not be covered on the exams unless it is included in the lectures.