Table of contents for Coping with drug and alcohol problems : the experiences of family members in three contrasting cultures / Jim Orford, co-ordinating author, and Guillermina Natera ... [et al.].

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Front page
Foreward (to follow) 
Chapter One	Models of Understanding: How Families Continue to be Pathologised and Misunderstood	
Chapter Two	Coping with Alcohol and Drug Problem in the Family: A Review of Previous Qualitative Research
Chapter Three	The Three Study Locations: Mexico City, South-West England and Indigenous Northern Territory, Australia
Chapter Four	A Description of the Study in Three Socio-Cultural Groups
Chapter Five	The Impact of Excessive Drinking and Drug Taking on Family Members
Chapter Six	How Family Members Cope
Chapter Seven	The Support Family Members Get from Other People
Chapter Eight	Variations on a Theme: What Difference Does Culture Make?
Chapter Nine	An Integrated View of Alcohol and Drug Problems in the Family
Chapter Ten	Ways of Empowering Family Members
Author Index (to be prepared)
Subject Index (to be prepared)

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Alcoholism -- Cross-cultural studies.
Alcoholics -- Family relationships -- Cross-cultural studies.
Drug abuse -- Cross-cultural studies.
Drug addicts -- Family relationships -- Cross-cultural studies.
Substance-Related Disorders -- ethnology -- Mexico.
Substance-Related Disorders -- ethnology -- England.
Substance-Related Disorders -- ethnology -- Northern Territory.
Family Health -- ethnology -- Mexico.
Family Health -- ethnology -- England.
Family Health -- ethnology -- Northern Territory.
Family -- psychology -- Mexico.
Family -- psychology -- England.
Family -- psychology -- Northern Territory.
Cross-Cultural Comparison -- Mexico.
Cross-Cultural Comparison -- England.
Cross-Cultural Comparison -- Northern Territory.
Models, Psychological -- Mexico.
Models, Psychological -- England.
Models, Psychological -- Northern Territory.