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Cedric Woods; BoRam Kim; Deirdre Calvert (et al.)
Megan Cook; Sandra Kuntsche; Amy Pennay
As a result of COVID-19 and associated lockdown restrictions, children may have been exposed to more home-based alcohol consumption and parents' drinking practices. This paper explores Australian parents' perceptions of their children's awareness of drinking and their reflections on the impact of COVID-19 on children's exposure and acquisition of alcohol-related knowledge. In-depth interviews were undertaken with 30 parents and carers of children aged four to 12 years from across Australia. Participants described their family lives, the role of alcohol, any changes in alcohol and family dynamics experienced because of COVID-19 and their children's exposure and knowledge of alcohol before and during their experience of COVID-19. Using social learning theory as a guiding framework, transcripts were analysed to identify relevant themes.
Romina A. Romero; Sean D. Young
Gracelyn Cruden; Mark Campbell; Lisa Saldana
Junhan Cho; Mariel S. Bello; Nina C. Christie (et al.)
Elizabeth Noyes; Ellis Yeo; Megan Yerton (et al.)
Gayatri Bhatia; Biswadip Chatterjee; Anju Dhawan
Tara M. Dumas; Wendy Ellis; Dana M. Litt
The overarching goal of this study was to provide key information on how adolescents' substance use has changed since the corona virus disease (COVID)-19 pandemic, in addition to key contexts and correlates of substance use during social distancing. Canadian adolescents completed an online survey, in which they reported on their frequency of alcohol use, binge drinking, cannabis use, and vaping in the 3 weeks before and directly after social distancing practices had taken effect.
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