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Sex Roles and Alcohol Consumption: A Research Note

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

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Parker, D. A., Wolz, M. W., Parker, E. S., & Harford, T. (1980). Sex Roles and Alcohol Consumption: A Research Note. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 21(1), 43-48.