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My 2004 paper has already been mentioned by Ilan Talmud. Related material is dealt with in much more detail in my book (2006) which you might find useful. The research on which the book (2006) and paper (2004), as well as others cited in the bibliography of the book, is based was done in Dublin, Ireland. The work is based on a complete network of teenagers and their friends and covers cigarette, alcohol and drug use. The treatment of the subject is less technical mathematically than the more recent work cited in other replies to your request..
The book reference is Deirdre M. Kirke. Teenagers and Substance Use: Social networks and peer influence, Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.
With my good wishes,
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From: Sharon Sznitman <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Thursday, May 30, 2013 12:05 pm
Subject: social network studies on adolescent alcohol use
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> Dear all,
> Please help me gather all social network studies conducted on
> adolescent alcohol use. If you know of any studies/reports published
> in this field, please send me the citations. I will be forever
> grateful, and I will post the completed reference list to the socnet
> listserve once it is complete in case other researchers are also
> interested in this.
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