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The incidence and prevalence of alcohol use and violence in the Australian community / prepared by Keys Young
Bib ID 1965656
Format BookBook
Author
Wallace, Alison
 
Description Canberra : Australian Govt. Pub. Service, [1994] 
vii, 179 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0644331542
Series

Alcohol misuse and violence ; 1.

Notes

"Report 1 in a series of reports prepared for the National Symposium on Alcohol Misuse and Violence".

Study team Alison Wallace [and] Gail Travis.

Bibliography: p. 113-141.

Subjects Alcoholism and crime -- Australia.  |  Alcoholism -- Australia.  |  Violence -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Travis, Gail  |  Keys Young (Firm)  |  National Symposium on Alcohol Misuse and Violence, (1993 : Australian National University)

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