Research Article

Patterns of drugs and alcohol abuse among youth

Tamar Ruth Orowitz*

Published: 03/19/2021 | Volume 5 - Issue 1 | Pages: 012-013


The study attempted to answer several questions: Does the cultural and social background of immigrant youth from the Former Soviet Union (FSU) affect their use of addictive substances? Do these youth show distinctive patterns of drug and alcohol abuse? Do the addictive substances used by these teenagers share similar characteristics? Are the patterns of drug abuse and alcohol abuse different? Do students in different educational frameworks demonstrate different consumption patterns? Can “critical moments” explain the presence or absence of alcohol and drug abuse?

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