Designing Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Programs in Higher Education: Bringing Theory into Practice

By T. W. Blume; W. D. Burns and M. Klawunn; G. M. Gonzalez; W. B. Hansen; H. W. Perkins; and P. Salem and M. L. Williams

The six papers included in this volume discuss theories and models of prevention as well as possible application of those approaches. The papers are as follows: "A Social Role Negotiation Approach to Campus Prevention of Alcohol and Other Drug Problems"; "The Web of Caring: An Approach to Accountability in Alcohol Policy"; "An Integrated Theoretical Framework for Individual Responsibility and Institutional Leadership in Preventing Alcohol and Drug Abuse on the College Campus"; "A Social Ecology Theory of Alcohol and Drug Use Prevention among College and University Students"; "College Student Misperceptions of Alcohol and Other Drug Norms among Peers: Exploring Causes, Consequences, and Implications for Prevention Programs"; and "Institutional Factors Influencing the Success of Drug Abuse Education and Prevention Programs."

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