This paper examines the effects of marital status, employment, education, family income, and age on the patterns of alcohol consumption of women and men in metropolitan Boston. Contrary to a sociological model of role conflict, which predicts a set of interaction effects, our analysis discloses only a set of main effects
Sex Roles and Alcohol Consumption: A Research Note
Parker, DA., Wolz, MW., Parker, ES., & Harford, T. (1980). Sex Roles and Alcohol Consumption: A Research Note. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 21(1), 43-48.