Alcoholism and the Role of Education: A Study of the National Council on Alcoholism, New York City, 1944-1958
The writer's interest in alcoholism was ignited several years ago through the assimilation of the story of "Mac" Without realizing the full scope and ramifications of this problem, the writer progressively acquainted himself with information on alcoholism at every opportunity. With every new fuel firing his zeal and interest, a maturing understanding began to evolve. In retrospect the writer often wondered how many others had similar opportunities, or whether given communities have resource to information on alcoholism. Herein lies the establishment of focus in this study. What role has education played and what can be expected of this medium were questions asked.
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Kinhan, James Francis, "Alcoholism and the Role of Education: A Study of the National Council on Alcoholism, New York City, 1944-1958" (1958). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI30557627.