A multi-level analysis of the impact of neighborhood structural and social factors on adolescent substance use
This paper examined the effects of neighborhood structural (i.e., economic disadvantage, immigrant concentration, residential stability) and social (e.g., collective efficacy, social network interactions, intolerance of drug use, legal cynicism) factors on the likelihood of any adolescent tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana use.
Adolescent substance use; Neighborhood context; Multi-level analysis
Fagan, A. A.,
Wright, E. M.,
Pinchevsky, G. M.
A multi-level analysis of the impact of neighborhood structural and social factors on adolescent substance use.
Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 153