Patterns and correlates of substance use among young adult African American women.

Abstract:

:Patterns and correlates of substance use among urban African American young women (ages 18-19, n = 459) were examined. Four patterns were identified: no/infrequent alcohol and marijuana use (64.9%); recent alcohol only use (18.2%); recent marijuana only use (7.9%); and recent alcohol and marijuana use (9.0%). Having a recent male sexual partner and a history of sexual coercion were associated with increased odds of marijuana-only and dual use. Greater family support and childhood sexual abuse were associated with increased odds of alcohol-only use. Results suggest that sexual relationships and history of abuse/coercion are important factors in young African American women's substance use.

journal_name

J Ethn Subst Abuse

authors

Madkour AS,Clum G,Green J,Latimer J,Schmidt N,Johnson C,Kissinger P

doi

10.1080/15332640.2020.1725708

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2020-02-13 00:00:00

pages

1-19

eissn

1533-2640

issn

1533-2659

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